Playing tracks by
Lsb and LSB.
Wise words there from a man who’s slowly, stealthily crept up the D&B ladder for the last 10 years, casually dropping restrained, understated soulful and deep D&B rollers and last year delivering one of the genre’s most unifying and unequivocal success stories of recent times – The View.
Operating with the same less-is-more spirit as many of Marcus Intalex’s Soul:r fraternity and associates, LSB (Luke if you want to pretend you’re all matey with him) has never put out tracks for the sake of it and only ever released his music when he feels it has something to offer. Well aware (and quite possibly happier) that he’s not rocketed up the quick hype fast track route as a result, his slow, steady and highly methodical technique has finally culminated with his debut album.
In summary, I believe this is one of the finest liquid drum and bass albums to be released for some time, and I won't be surprised if it retains that status for years to come!