I’ll try to hold back all my bias about Lenzmans debut on his new project – The North Quarter, I always feel my ears burning at the knowledge of a release form this man. The All For You EP is gorgeously soulful and deep. Throughout the EP there’s some inspiring piano work, which I’m lost for words to explain how good it makes me feel. Also the rushing sounds of Don’t Let Go and Down for Whatever – here >> http://thenorthquarter.nl/album/all-for-you-ep
An ethereal piano splashes lazily across this deep meditative piece a submerse bassline sustains and undulates through.
Don’t Let Go
Rushing percussion work races across a soundscape, punctured by crooning vocals and driven by a thick wedge of a bassline.
Down for Whatever
Lenzman is absolutely solid on the drum work here whilst throwing in some tasty open hi-hats. Vocal work weaves in and out of a lazy distant piano and combines the rapid nature of the piece to add a concentrated focus this piece.
Grateful feat. DRS
A cheeky little number with some absolutely fire percussion and a naughty little of lose piano key. DRS adds his own cheek through his prose, although it’s a serious subject matter 😉
On hearing So Alone it was the first time on the EP I really noticed the depth of Piano work Lenzman has applied to this EP. The warmth of the bassline on this wonderfully crafted composition rocks its foundations with care. Inspirational.
Children of Zeus feat. DRS – Still Standing (Lenzman Remix)
Poetic lessons on how to appreciate your mother’s witnesses some emotional honesty from DRS. And glides over soul caressing piano work from the mighty Lenzman.