Lucidflow bring strands of sound from Digital South with 'Last Lullaby'

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Lucidflow bring strands of sound from Digital South with 'Last Lullaby'

Lucidflow deep-tech and chill-time strands of sound into one release. Digital South is the pseudonym of Christian Althaus, who found a home with a scattering of releases on the then fledgling Boxer Recordings. With a hiatus of nearly a decade and a half, Digital South returns with a mega-package called Last Lullaby.

On the downtempo side of the coin, the original version of Last Lullaby channels Café Del Mar vibes with a vocal of absolute purity, written and performed by vocalist Sandra Zaboub, and Balearic kissed grooves.

Lucidflow co-chief Nadja Lind steps in with two mixes - one relaxation of the muscles that raises the tempo of the original into a more breathless jazz flexed version, and one stretch of the muscles that rolls out the kicks to move the track from the beach and onto the dancefloor.

Next, a full raft of remixes have been pulled in across a variety of styles. Veteran David Alvarado brings his trademark rolling hypnotic tribal-tech into force. Rising face Andrey Loud has been sharing billings with Groove Armada, Tigerstripes, X-press 2, DJ Sneak and Nick Warren recently, and channels the sort of warming micro-prog sound that straddles the divides between disciplines easily. 

Finally, with a bit of a twist, Paul Loraine, Steve Ferrand and Stu Young turn in a low chug of an interpretation, the murky backing proving a fitting canvas for Sandra's vocals to drift between. 


1 - Last Lullaby (Nadja Lind Club Remix)
2 - Last Lullaby (David Alvarado Remix)
3 - Last Lullaby (Andrey Loud Remix)
4 - Last Lullaby (Nadja Lind Lucid Moment Remix)
5 - Last Lullaby (Paul Loraine & Steve Ferrand feat Stu Young Remix)
6 - Last Lullaby

Release Date: 28th November 2016