Premiere: 2 – Len Lewis – Baby (Sith Edit) [outright007]

For the learned amongst you, Len Lewis will be well known face. His releases on the fabled Swag imprint are legendary as the rest of discography are just as influential. It is with great joy that Len has returned to the fray with a bucket load of unearthed gems and a raft of new music. It is this raw, upfront style that he brings to Outright Records for their seventh outing.

Our pick of this fine release is “Baby”, a chunky, rounded Chicago flecked groover. Sultry vocals add just the right funky to Lewis’ signature noisy percussion and squelchy synths. Straight out of the Swag playbook but updated for the modern ear the Len Lewis quintessentially 90’s in the best possible way. Moving on to “House Is A Nation” and Lewis takes a darker direction with blown bass tones and one of the biggest vocals in house music adds the cherry on top of this deep but dark banger.

Take It Easy” is more ethereal number that sets the pace nicely before really taking things to new heights by way of soaring synths, strings and a larger than life acid bassline. Finishing up with lead track “Earth” and with it being a solid track on its own but Len also manages to nicely incorporate vocal lines from Carole King’s “I Feel The Earth Move” into the mix to great effect.

Outright007 is now available via Bandcamp.

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