Time-Lapse is the debut album by Lynch Kingsley, electronic music producer.
It is characterized by reverberated voices lost in frenzy beats (I've Never Known You) and sound patterns that recreate an atmosphere reminiscent of "Timeless" by Goldie, embracing a game of dissonances (taking it to the extreme in "Eternal" where there is a beautiful featuring with Nefer, but mainly in "Feel Me Now"). The album is a meeting point between the jungle sounds of the 90s, the juke / footwork early 2000, and the electronic sounds of the present days.
Mention deserves "Hidden Light" (feat. with "Imperial Sand" for the arrangments) that, despite maintaining the typical characteristics of the album, has rhythms that combine the Underworld and the futuristic Machinedrum sounds.
The closure of the album is entrusted to two remixes:
"Feel Me Now" of the Italian producer Go Dugong that makes it a version almost "romantic" by refocusing the children's choir (only "whispered" in the original version) and alternating notes of piano;
"Eternal", remixed in the personal style of the beatmaker from Uk, SertOne, which makes it a perfect closing track, where the voice of Nefer reminiscent of the legendary singing of the Odyssey's Sirens, an irresistible and sensual attraction.
The graphics handled by the design studio "Nucco Brain", highlights the encounter of different ages' sounds characterizing the album. Both for the background, that passes from a seamless Greek-Roman era to a science-fiction future, as for the characters representing the ghosts of the past and of the future walking toward each other and that can only look at each other but not touch because of their non-materiality.
released May 14, 2014
Produced by Lynch Kingsley
Sound Design by Imperial Sand
"Eternal": Vocal by Nefer
"Hidden Light": Arrangement by Imperial Sand
"Feel Me Now" Remixed by Go Dugong
"Eternal" Remixed by SertOne
Mastered @ Beat Machine's Studio, Milan (Italy) by Alberto Campi
Project Manager: Luca Grasso
F*ck me Moresounds drops an absolute bomb with this track. Listen to this loud through a decent sound system and you’ll get it. Quality. As is this whole album through and through. No bad tunes. Rock solid from front to back. Masaq DJ (Dave King)