Interludes by LHW: Review
If you cannot stand hours of the same track playing and in need of short instrumentals, LHW’s Interludes is a wonderful 8-part creation.
Fueled by the simpler things in life, this album was a collaboration between LHW’s beats at his Brooklyn-based home studio, with electric and bass from Loisel Machin Rodriguez. Interludes is for the couch potatoes, and for those who enjoy a lyric-less sonorous experience. The first track Love Seeds is an unexpected step into a cheery, jazzy atmosphere. The proceeding tracks are much calmer, and as the player shuffles to the fifth track, it changes the ambience. From there, What Have You is an instant pickup, coming back to a more romantic sound and then finally this collection’s eighth, The Day is Hours gravitates piano and Cuban tones.
Coming back to the artist, Layton H Weedemann, or LHW in short, has drawn his inspiration from hip-hop to create these 8 tracks with the sleep-deprived in mind. It gives life to the late night weary-eyed 20-something year old trying to put their mind on paper, because it is the only way to keep them sane on coffee-induced nights. Born of creative lineage, destined to pursue and learn music of most genres and find a mentor in a drummer called Thom Callam, LHW channeled his passion for music to gift the world with an escapist’s perfect playlist. And now his creation, the Interludes, is waiting for the world to accidentally discover it and use it in a study/work playlist music on YouTube or Spotify.
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Photo credits: Leyla Lacheri
Review by: Audrey Castel