Lame leads to beauty


Most of the time I try not to slag off artists. I’d rather focus on the good stuff. And, J’lectroniq produces some wonderful electronic house music.

But first a grump. Is it me or is “The Adventures of Coolio Iglesias: Epilogue” not the lamest title for an album in ages? A limp pun that offers nothing about the wonders therein. Why do that?

Epilogue is a five track offering. The mood throughout is one of soft wonder, exemplified by opener Vamoose. There are washes of space sound accompanied by wondering synths and some hushed vocals. A romantic soft synth pop. Gypsy Summer offers lots of summer with very little gypsy. A noodly sort of affair but washed through with sunshine and Pimms.

A change of mood somewhat with Raindance. After an indefinably mournful start this picks up the beats into soulful house. Definitely dance floor. Next track, Stray, manages to be a highlight. Quirky, perky tempo and some synth xylophone sounds all contrive to make you smile. Closer, Closer, wobbles away in wonder and offers a few of htose hushed vocals. Almost R&Bish in its approach it lets the album slip from your grasp beautifully.

Blurb: Jasper Bosgraaf (born October 24,1988) better known by his stage name J’lectroniq (pronounce: Jay-lec-tronic), is a Dutch record producer, recording artist and DJ.  In 2009 he founded Afrodisiac Recordings while living a year in Amsterdam. Back in his hometown (Groningen) he decided to put out a long-term project: ‘The Tales of a Dreamer.’




~ by acidted on June 12, 2016.

One Response to “Lame leads to beauty”

  1. […] weer thuis gekomen. Of deze onderneming wat heeft opgeleverd is een tweede en tot nu toe zijn dat één recensie, airplay bij een lokale radioshow, een interview(shout out naar 3voor12),  buitenlandse interesse […]

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