The saxophonist and classical influenced artist, Low Lite, has just released his debut EP, Primary (out on Gravitas Recordings). The three track EP takes a journey through the electro spectrum of the primary colors while the music connects with you every human emotion. As an upcoming artist growing fast within the electronic scene, the EP has collaborations with ProbCause, Balkan Bump, and Irene Wayne.
Lorenzo Gordon, aka Low Lite, is home to the So Cal vibes of Santa Monica. Influenced by artists such as Gramatik, GRiZ, Pretty Lights, and more, he performs jazz with signature future sounds. At only nineteen years old, the fast rising producer has created a distinct art piece with the release of Primary.
Low Lite has already had major leaps in his career. At an early age, he had the opportunity to perform at Dancefestopia in 2016. In 2018, he was selected as a finalist in the EDM.com contest to perform on the NYC output rooftop. In addition, his remix of The Fey’s “Contender” has hit over 46,000 Spotify streams.
The focus of the EP refers to the primary colors and the visual part of the elector-magnetic spectrum while transforming from infrared to ultraviolet. Diving deep into the connection of his music and the world, each track correlates with human actions and emotion. The color blue resembles the characteristics of earth while yellow focuses on the moon. Closing out the EP, red creates the intensity and powerful force of mars.
“Love Cadenza” kicks off the EP, diving into the empathy of love while going through the stages of passion, anger, and trust. The track slows down the fast-pace, funky tunes while leaving you on the edge of the seat of what’s next. As the energy falls into the sounds of yellow, “HyperJoy” is that feel-good uplifting track. Collaborating with the Chicago-based rapper, ProbCause, and the ethnomusicologist, Balkan Bump, the track is nothing short of happiness. The hip-hop vocals mixed with the groovy trumpet add to the heart and soul of the EP.
Vocalist and singer, Irene Wayne, concludes the EP with “A Better Day”, as her words mix with the electric, guitar sounds of Low Lite. This rock-n-roll, funky tune allows listeners to focus on sticking with your heart and believing in hope. Representing the color blue, sadness and hope, it emphasizes the human action and the state of emotion that humanity is in.
Each track symbolizes reasons why social change is necessary. As the artist draws inspiration from the earth into the reality of the human-life, he focuses on the good and the bad. He leaves listeners with the courage to keep moving with the creation of his funky future sounds.
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