Los Angeles tastemaker Rami Perlman, better known as LondonBridge, just dropped his latest stroke of litness in the three-track Sound Of The Underground EP, out now on Homerun House.
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This release takes influence from the underground styles of old school Detroit house tossing vintage vocal samples over ghetto chops mixed over the unique style of "bounce" house that LondonBridge is known for.
The title track is driven with a warm bass line and hypnotizing vocal loop that gets driven into minds of the listeners. This "sound of the underground" is almost mixed perfectly with the sound of modern-day Los Angeles house music, taking inspiration from quirky tech-house and bangin' g-house. 'Millenials' is as much of a lazy-house anthem as it is the perfect track for today's club-centric generation. Out of all of these tracks our favorite has to be 'Play The Record' with its bubble-gum poppin' beat and chromatic themes this track pushes a really strange yet somehow heavy energy that is unmatched with the majority of house tunes we've heard recently
Catch LondonBridge at Space Yacht tonight for his official EP release party!
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