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All The Time

Almost four years since her last album, 2016’s now Canadian electronic producer, songwriter and vocalist Jessy Lanza explores their pop sensibilities more than we’ve seen before. Jessy’s distinctive vocals are the perfect complement to the lush, synth-heavy productions that underpin the record. The atmosphere throughout is warm and laidback. Inviting pads are layered over woozy basslines, muted rhythms, blurred melodies and deep synths to create a dreamy, romantic soundscape throughout. The record is full of intriguing juxtapositions, as old school 808’s and basslines pitch up next to delicate pop sounds, or as Jessy’s raw lyrics are sang with the sweetness of purest pop. Drawing on elements of footstep, house, garage and pop, is an ever-shifting, diverse exploration of Jessy’s love of bass culture. Full of style and charisma, this record is the perfect snapshot of an artist with a clear and confident vision.

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