Lvndo Multi-Genre Bass Release 'Movimiento' EP Signs To Slow Roast Records

March 17, 2021 -

Justin Angle

Movimiento EP brings in the perfect amount of weirdness to what ends up being both a melodic and very bass driven experience. Lvndo, based out of Miami, has released his 2-track EP on the growing Slow Roast Records. Exotic influences pair up with clever song structure to formulate something fascinating and surprising. "Get Loose" kicks off with moombahton, stripping down the experience to raw elements that leave you wondering what may be coming next. The drops slap with a vengeance, showcasing something club-friendly without sacrificing personability that many memorable tracks contain.

"defumado" features collaborator DJ A.M.G, a more vocal-driven version of what the former single introduced us to. Showcasing cues that tie both tracks together, the fluidity and detailed production values, alongside smooth tempo changes, begin to describe the juice that Lvndo and DJ A.M.G bring to the table.

Not a dull moment to spare, Movimiento EP is an experience easy to return to. Things are pointing to Lvndo having more to share as more from his world of sounds is staged to reach the masses.

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