Today’s premiere comes from Dublin DJ and producer LPM. He has provided us with a fantastic self-release track titled ‘You’, featuring an array of breakbeats, luscious synth work, uplifting melodies, and sensual vocals throughout that make for a truly fantastic listen.
LPM is a diverse DJ and producer who has been a mainstay within the Irish dance music scene for a number of years now. He first broke through as a resident at the memorable Toast club nights many years ago. This allowed him to display his talent, knowledge, and depth as an artist all while experimenting with new sounds in the process. Ranging all the way from electro to jungle, garage to ghetto tech, and house to disco, his music and track selections allowed you to feel true rhythm and flow. Not to mention eclectic drums, bone-cutting bass lines, and toe-tapping melodies equate to him becoming one of the most exciting producers to emerge from Ireland.
LPM’s success as a producer found him receiving support from a number of artists in the industry that includes Disclosure, Patrick Topping, Dan Shake, 1800-Girls, SHEE, DJ Boring, and Boots & Kats. Boasting numerous standout tracks over the years like When You Touch Me, This Luv, Dance With Me, Fig Roll Fingers, and so on. LPM has since had a string of self-released EPs such as his Feelin’ EP and his Circles EP. More recently, he was a featured artist on the label Monki & Friends with his Voices EP and these releases saw LPM feature in publications like Mixmag, Four Four, House of Disco, and Nialler9 as a testament to his incredible work as a dance music artist.
‘You’ sees LPM’s latest release take a step into garage-like, breakbeat-type style territory. Showcasing a wealth of dreamy pads, fused with uplifting melodies, clever sampling, lush synth work, uplifting melodies, and sensual vocals that result in yet another stellar LPM release. Maintaining a consistent level of quality over the years and tapping into a vast range of sounds, with his latest musical offering drawing similarities to Bicep and Overmono. Hear it for yourself.
You can purchase ‘You’ by LPM on Bandcamp here.