A1 - Suzanne Kraft - "Jus U"
A2 - The Dead Rose Music Company - "Soothe My Mind"
B1 - Urulu - "Missing You"
B2 - LOL Boys & Grown Folk - "Ghostpath"
As part of a growingly endangered breed of vinyl obsessed musicologists, L.A.’s Young Adults opt to let the records play in this digital age of instant gratification. The first installment in their commitment to pressed wax platters culls a collection of spectrum exploring Body Music from cohorts both near and far.
Starting off the festivities is the golden child, Suzanne Kraft, whose feel-good stunner ‘Jus U’ exemplifies why Running Back was oh so eager to add his talents to their ever-impressive roster. The sunsoaked strut that shimmers on this sampler track is just a teaser of things to come on Lil Suzie’s forthcoming 12” EP for YA later in the summer.
Next up is The Dead Rose Music Company with a shimmering study in repetition that only adds to their laureled cloud of mystique. A driving pulse and infectious vocal snippet assure that “Soothe My Mind” soars in both headphone and floor-tested settings.
On the flip, Urulu brings down the lights and cranks up the diva on a soul-studded banger that burrows its way into the deepest psyche caverns. “Missing You” balances grit with a glossed-out sheen personified by loopy lipstick signatures on rusted bathroom mirrors.
Rounding out the affair is a dank and dirty collab between up-and-comers Grown Folk and LOL Boys. “Ghost Path” exists deep in the acidic bowels of the night and guides its followers through uncharted terrains without a flashlight. Make sure to buckle up.
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