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Lee Burridge & Lost Desert — Melt (19 Jul 2019)Congo Kinshasa flag Lee Burridge & Lost Desert — Melt (19 Jul 2019) Pamela MÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃéndez ÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃÃâ Time (22 Feb 2019)•    Lee Burridge, Lost Desert a label All Day I Dream dosáhli albem Melt nového milníku — vůbec první, společně napsané studiové album obou výše zmíněných mělců.
•     Výsledkem je éterická cesta svěžími melodickými zvukovými scénami. Vzbuzuje to stejné pocity jako ve všech denních snech ve skutečném životě: teplo, radost a touha po spojení s okolním světem. Od jeho jemného, ​​ambientního začátku až po tupý konec, vás Melt obepíná plynulým a blaženým objetím. Aranžmá je klíčové — s Lee Burridgem jako vůdčí silou alba, vzal Lost Desert jako základní kámen prvky strun, nuančních syntezátorů, kmenových bubnových vzorů a basové groovy, následně je stočil do 10 jedinečných kusů, které zapadají do étosu alba jako celku. Obzvláště se těšíme na efervescentní „One“ se Simonem Vuarambonem, „Float On“ a „Sailing without Compass“.
•     Lee Burridge is a DJ, producer, and record label owner who helped launch the underground club scene in Hong Kong during the early 1990s, and today plays at nightclubs across the world. Renowned for his storytelling musical style in his DJ sets as well as for his energy and enthusiasm in the DJ booth, his style encompasses the deeper and groovier end of house and techno. Equally suited to night time as they are for sunrise or sunset events. Burridge was a member of England's Tyrant Soundsystem (along with DJs Craig Richards and Sasha) and has mixed albums for labels such as Balance, Fabric, Global Underground and Hooj Choons.
Born: November 1968, Eype, Dorset, England
Location: between London, New York and Los Angeles/Antwerpen ~ Belgium, Kinshasa, Democratic republic of Congo
Genre: Electronic
Style: Deep House, Tech House
Album release: 19 Jul 2019
Record Label: All Day I Dream
Duration:     67:39
Tracks:
01 Melt   4:50
02 Sailing Without Compass   4:48
03 Lingala (Beatless) (feat. Junior)   9:46
04 Rain   6:34
05 One (feat. Simon Vuarambón)   6:52
06 Mibale (feat. Junior)   7:21
07 Seven Magic Mountains   6:57
08 Float On   6:29
09 We~i~wo~we   6:19
10 Christina, Daydreaming   7:43
Burridge explained the album’s intentions further by saying:
⊆∴⊇      „MELT HOPES TO CREATE A CONNECTION. WITH IT. WITH OTHERS. WE BOTH FEEL THAT MUSICAL MUSIC EVOKES A SPECIAL KIND OF MAGIC THAT INSTILLS ITSELF DEEP IN YOUR SOUL. IF YOU TRULY CONNECT WITH IT IT STAYS WITH YOU FOREVER. IT MARKS A MOMENT OR MOMENTS THAT YOU SHARED WITH IT AND WITH OTHERS ON YOUR JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE . THIS WAS ONE OF OUR MOTIVATIONS WHEN WE WROTE EACH TRACK AND THE ALBUM AS A FULL STORYTELLING EXPERIENCE.“
Review
By Sofie Mikhaylova, Published Jul 16, 2019; Score: 9
•    Soothing water and ocean sounds open Melt, by Lee Burridge and Lost Desert, already putting the listener at ease for a minute, before dropping the first bass line, layering it carefully atop the organic entrance. “Sailing Without Compass (Off the Grid Version)” acts as an intro to the album, providing context. Halfway through, you’re still unsure of where the track is going, but it’s so smooth and welcoming that you don’t really care. It’s like floating on your back in the sea on vacation.
•    “Melt” sparkles its way into an opening; the switch between “Sailing Without Compass” and “Melt” is so smooth, it’s like the songs don’t change at all. These first two tracks set the tone; as melodic and moveable as the rest of the All Day I Dream catalogue, these tunes feel much more emotional.
•    “Rain” is a close~your~eyes~and~dance song, or a close~your~eyes~and~lie~in~bed one. Either way, the six~minute track begs your full attention; active listening will help you feel it just a little bit more, both with body and mind.
•    Toward the end of the album, more hard~hitting house anthems take the lead, with “Seven Magic Mountains” operating as the standout track. Bubbling with new effects and a kicky beat, it’s a faster tune that works for both bedroom listening study sessions and festival soundtracks.
•    “Float On” feels familiar and nostalgic in a very good way. The more you listen, the more the track grows, swelling with the beat and taking on a new rhythm, layered with an eclectic arrangement of careful vocal samples, keyboards and drums.
•    Melt is a beautiful, multi~faceted deep house album; it’s classic Lee Burridge, from the dreamy overall mood of the release to the frictionless texture and well~organized track list. It sucks you in and keeps you there, each track warming you slightly, the beats so terrific you can’t help but want to dance, or at least bob your head along. An absolute gem of a record.  •  https://exclaim.ca/ 
Twitter: https://twitter.com/leebu 
Label: https://www.alldayidream.com/ 
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/leeburridge 
FB: https://www.facebook.com/lostdesertmusic/ 
FB: https://www.facebook.com/djleeburridge 
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