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Premiere: LE CHEVALIER – “LULLY LOURE”

In Celebrate Your Scene, Choice Cuts, Montréal, New England, Song Reviews on January 26, 2011 at 2:00 pm

Le Chevalier really has something on his hands. In October of last year, he presented us with an astounding achievement of a record, Songs From This Room. The instrumentation was fantastic and the sounds he was able to capture not only impressed but really captivated us. With this in mind, we eagerly anticipated his future releases, which included the announcement of an album called Dancer, now set to come out January 30th, 2011. At the end of November, a track off the album entitled “Gabriel” was released in anticipation of the album. Needless to say it is a great song, full of creative use of instrumentation and rhythm. It got us excited for the rest to come. Now we have a second sampling from the album, entitled “Lully Loure”, which you can stream below. It’s a real gem of a song, again full of excellent instrumentation and rhythm. It’s exciting to hear this album eventually come together. So much care and effort has been put into it and it’s entirely worthwhile. It’s experimental pop music in the best possible way – excitingly original and highly enjoyable.

Keep an eye out for the album coming out this Sunday, it’s going to be good things, I’m wholeheartedly sure.

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