Lenzman is back on Metalheadz with his first original work since his debut album Looking At The Stars. The EP is everything you would expect from Lenzman; soulful and well produced.
Got My Mind Made Up
Got My Mind Made Up kicks off the EP in typical style, it’s introspective and haunting. The piano and vocal and refrain adds massive character to the drums and bass and makes for the perfect mid set track when you need to take the vibe deeper.
Golden Age (Feat Steo)
Lenzman and Steo have become quite the sparring partners of late and the combination always delivers results and this track is no different. Lenzman takes care of the shuffling drums and gliding bass whilst Steo laces the track with his unmistakeable vocals- the track is already a favourite across the clubs.
Never Enough feat Forren
Never Enough is reminiscent of the classic liquid era in dnb, forlorn vocals and hints of guitar funk come in and out of the mix whilst the bass line pins down the drums and makes for a beautiful marriage.
Homie Don’t Play That
The last track on the EP comes equipped with rugged drums and mid-range bass accents that makes it stand out from the pack, it makes for a peak time track all in all and wraps up the
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