LAVIER Already Pushing Limits with Unreleased ‘Prince of Trash Palace’ Album

LAVIER artPittsburgh/Boone, NC-based producer LAVIER stuns with his latest track Ozone Jones Is My Favorite Band, a track which acts more as neo-synthetic jazz, rather than a future tune which it seems to disguise itself as. The song is the second release off of LAVIER’s forthcoming album ‘Prince of Trash Palace’ out March 15th via Crop Circle Club and MidiBoyz.

If the album is anything like Ozone Jones or the lead track The Line About Making a Mess and Picking Up Sticks, then we should be in for an eccentric journey, spanning from jazzy hip hop beats with irregular syncopation, to house hybrids which aren’t afraid to go places that the listener doesn’t anticipate. The first two songs which have been released are a breath of fresh air, allowing LAVIER to stand apart from the current dance which has been overly saturated with shiny saw synths and generic growls.

LAVIER has already gained support on past releases from MrSuicideSheep, MidiBoyz, Future Vibes, and more, helping push his jazz-infused creations to the masses. Make sure to keep your eyes and ears peeled for this genre-morphing release, as it is sure to make waves among the abstract and jazz-inspired bass community.



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