Patience is key, at least to this timeless legend.
Lee Burridge is known for his unique, spiritual, emotive, and hypnotizing melodies that never cease to make us dance. His disinterest in growth just for the sake of growth differentiates him from the many electronic music producers who only aim for fame. His approach to music – not being desperate for success, being himself, expressing music in a pure way, and doing everything from his heart – has aided Burridge in achieving success.
Unlike many peers, Lee Burridge learned his trade as a DJ in the wilds of the Far East, bringing a new sound to those untainted shores.
Around 6 years ago, Lee was able to create his own label, All Day I Dream, which is now changing the face of electronic music worldwide. Lost Desert joined the label around a year ago, and instantly connected with Lee, finding that they shared a musical chemistry.
This year, Lee Burridge and Lost Desert return with sunshine days in mind on their ‘Loopyness’ EP. An apt description indeed for the title track. Its infectious groove rolls forward, making you want to get up and wiggle your hips; this track has funk. A live guitar lifts the track halfway through, as stuttered vocals and string-like synth lines take you away to other worlds.
Over on the other side of the vinyl (or track two for digital fans) is ‘Botanic’. Another summer daze; groovy, light and airy with a slinky fat bassline and a warm breakdown. Music to close your eyes and drift away to, this track has been a firm favourite on All Day I Dream dance floors since last summer.
The EP comes to a close with ‘12CC’. A dubbier groove underpins the whole affair while glass-like melodies and laid back synths sway back and forth. It’s a patient groover that rewards those who take the ride.
Loopyness drops on May 19th on All Day I Dream.
Their last collaboration ‘Lingala’ was a summer classic, and Loopyness maintains that caliber.