There’s something atavistic about Leland Sundries’ cerebral punk n’ roll approach
Rather than drawing you to hone in one component or element, Les Gordon asks you to stop staring at the bricks, kick back, and enjoy the wall.
The song is a dreamy, gentle message of love and substance
Any dissent, and there’s a lot of it about, is to be embraced. It helps when delivered to a champion tune, of course.
On this track the French enigma crafts something that's similar in feeling to Bonobo’s Black Sands but with shades of Debussy shining through.
Resolutely escapist and almost mischievously playful, it’s the aural equivalent of stumbling upon a magical fairy dance deep in a verdant woodland somewhere, or something like that.
It’s actually the twelve bar blues masquerading as an experimental pop song.
Low Leaf is on her own wavelength spiritually and musically, but we can be thankful that she has brought us along for the journey.
Like everything he’s put out so far, you can hear an artist with an inimitable voice.
Continuing in the same unmistakably smooth and balmy vein, Les Gordon offers yet another flawless pearl brimming with ineffable tenderness.