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Living Room’s Lo-Fi Magic: ‘After The Rainbow’

Adorning a lo-fi portfolio for the ages, German sound engineer, DJ and producer Living Room is a rare musical delight for thos avid listeners of the low-down. Briefly described as a “soundsystem melting pot” he transcribes the work of classical in the fledgings of sultry jazz and rippled electronic music into flawless routines of work.

Whether it be multi-cultural soundscapes, sunny lounge music or an outer body experience, The Living Room is quintessential respite with that German proficiency and expertise to boot. If it’s one music trophy of his to explore, its his elusive 2021 album, After The Rainbow.

Stunning on the eyes and the ears, it features prominent singles of Oceansplash and Inspired by the Ocean. An emphatic turn-the-tide lo-fi compilation, it’s a perfect listen.

This is Living Room, and he is my Artist of the Week.

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Tyler, The Creator – CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: Album Review

A true connoisseur, Tyler The Creator has created his Igor-follow up with CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST.

Best picks: CORSO, WUSYANAME, WILSHIRE, LUMBERJACK

Gorgeous, hip, outlandish and perfectly Tyler, the seemless – and quite frankly, flawless – album transitions from one breadth to another, with the outros blending perfectly into another deflective motion of the album dialogue. This time, it’s the bodacious star of Sir Baudelaire.

The wacky, indigenous instrumentals and the lyrical ingenuity that we hear in Hot Wind Blows, MANIFESTO and RISE! is the perfect radio soundtrack riding in our Cadillac’s and Pegassi’s in Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto.

In what may have been a difficult turnaround for Tyler to adapt from after writing the stellar concept of Igor, Tyler has made the executive decision of blending the elites of Goblin, Cherry Bomb, Flower Boy and Igor into a fantastic trope of easy-listenin’ lo-fi hip-hop that just is so fun to play. You can certainly he had fun making it, too.

With many others thinking that CMIUGL is the apotheosis of his past art, I couldn’t agree with them more. It has glimpses of old Tyler and new Tyler that is beneficial to all fans of the artistic evolution that is .. Tyler, The Creator.