Le Bonheur EP – Lorenzo Morresi

Next up on Rollover Milano Records in collaboration with Metatron Group is Lorenzo Morresi, a producer, DJ and guitarist. With releases on 22a Records, Fly By Night Music, Roots Underground and Wall Of Sound. His sound blend of dance music that traverses worldly vibes, jazz-funk sounds, and blazing electronica performed both as DJ set and live band. Spending his time between cities, he has performed at London audiophile hangouts Spiritland and Brilliant Corners, as well at Milan’s Apollo, gracing the airwaves of Worldwide FM, Red Light Radio, and Radio Raheem.

Le Bonheur‘ meaning happiness, is inspired by the 1965 movie by French director Agnes Varda. The cult movie questions the patriarchal system of the times by anticipating some of the themes of modern feminism.

The title track is an uplifting voyage, a widescreen cinematic combination of contemporary dance and sparkling vintage synth vibes alternating with the movie characters vox, and mixed up with some spaced out atmospherics to form a funk fuelled, cosmic disco gem. Boston space funksters Soul Clap flip ‘Le Bonheur’ inside out with their uber classy interpretation that floats along o a gorgeous deep house groove. With a killer bassline and an infectious squelch, this elegant cut will take the tempo high up to the stratosphere.

The Balearic inspired ‘Promenade’ is an instrumental piece filled with vintage analog vibes. Grab yourself a Negroni and plot up to watch the sunset fall, while spacey synths and atmospheric sonics envelope you in this warm and honeyed retro sound. The killer closed ‘Amour a Trois’, features French artist Gustave Robic aka Aerside who wrote the lyrics while taking his inspiration from Le Bonhuer’s male protagonist Francois. 

Released February 11, 2022 – Listen / buy here…

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