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Orion Little people have really upped their sound design game, and progressed from their classic unsaturated triphop vibe into a more danceable groove-heavy downtempo soundscape and while I liked the old style I am loving the new one! Landloper is an instant classic! Favorite track: How To Navigate.
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Nate This album is awesome, through the jazz downtempo tracks, to the upbeat electronic jams, it takes you on a journey. Even when the album slows down a little, there's always this groove behind every track. Reminds me of Frederick Robinsons Flea Waltz album, just another instrumental masterpiece. Favorite track: How To Navigate.
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pembrake PDX is a perfect opening, with keys bleeping and fluttering, creating a dizzying symphony. Grey skies turn blue pushes the sound forward, while Embrace slows the tempo down, bringing new sounds reminiscent of Hunks of Wood. So good // buy the LP Favorite track: Skies Turn Blue (feat. Tif Lamson).
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PDX 03:48
Tonight 03:53
Lozenge Less 04:01
Rouge 03:39
Slow Shimmer 07:01
Talk To Me 03:41
Sponk 04:36



LANDLOPER _ new album from Little People, released Jan. 11, 2019 via Future Archive Recordings.

Landloper– noun [land-loh-per] : a wanderer or adventurer. ‘Landloper’ is Little People’s first release since 2015, where he returns with an album that is both beautiful and complex – much like the journey it took to release it.

In 2014, Laurent Clerc – AKA Little People – decided to move to Portland, OR to allow himself to concentrate on writing new music. Laurent spent a fruitful year in Oregon, drawing inspiration from the wild beauty of the Pacific North West. Shortly after his move, a new EP and a successful 6 week North American tour opening for Odesza followed. It’s around this time that the first sketches of Landloper started to take shape.

For Laurent making music is all about the process – each sound used on his latest album were created with a technical idea in mind. Either with a modular synthesizer or using digital means, Laurent draws inspiration from the set of tools at his disposal. Electronic music is a giant playground to explore and tinker with. The new album has a warmth and lofi aesthetic that is at odds with Laurent’s meticulous nature – but everything has been crafted to be deliberately just so. Constantly looking to add imperfections to beautiful sounds – rendering them more abrasive and alive. There are contrasts between the lush string quartet arrangements and off kilter angular beats, with subtle details in each track which co-exist alongside broader melodic themes. The music on Landloper travels through a number of sonic palettes, borrowing elements from different sub-genres to eventually form a cohesive whole.

Laurent worked with a number of collaborators this time round – expanding beyond just instrumental works. Whilst in Portland he worked with Reva Devito (HW&W Recordings) whose vocals were chopped and re-purposed – providing a vocal thread throughout the whole album. Laurent also collaborated with Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne (Hejira, Matthew Herbert, Floating Points) making up three key songs on the album. The lead single track ‘Skies Turn Blue’ which features Tif Lamson (GIVERS) was an effortless collaboration between 2 very different artists.

Laurent eventually returned to the UK with an early version of his album, with a number of labels expressing an interest in his new material. There were several rewrites, new mixes, and collaborations pushing Landloper into new territories. Despite positive talks, trying to please A&R departments proved too much of an artistic sacrifice. In the end Laurent set out to create a new record label to enable him to release music on his own terms. Future Archive Recordings was co-founded by Sun Glitters, Arms and Sleepers and CNJR – and includes signings such as Ninja Tune alumni Blockhead and Yppah. It is a collaboratively minded label, that looks to empower artists to release music as they see fit with the help, clout and structure of a label.

more at futurearchiverecordings.com/little-people


released January 11, 2019

All tracks written, produced and mixed by Laurent Clerc. Tracks 4, 6 and 8 co-written by Rahel Debebe-Dessalegne. Track 2 co-written by Tif Lamson. Vocals on tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 by Reva Devito. String quartet on tracks 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 13 recorded at Cloud City Sound Recording Studios, Portland OR (Violin: Ilya Goldberg, Jenny Ray. Viola: Lauren Elledge. Cello: Justin Kagan) Clarinet, Sax and flute on tracks 1, 8 and 12 by Phil Baldino. Guitar on track 8 by Joe “Yppah” Corrales. Vocals on tracks 4, 6 and 8 recorded at Snorkel Studios, London by Nainesh Shah. Additional mixing on tracks 4, 6 and 8 by Nainesh Shah. Mastered by Laurent Clerc. Artwork by Mr Purnam www.mrpurnam.com

This album is for Rosie. Thank you for your patience, support, love, Betty, Félix and Soli.

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