Boomkat Product Review:
Delroy hitches up to L.I.E.S. again with the fizzing, melodic jack attacks of ‘Wagon Wheels’
After reprising their relationship with the ‘Aftershock’ 2LP in early 2018, the L.A. club guy plays into a signature sound in six cuts built from percolated drum machine patterns and hazy Chicagoan synthlines.
The biggest joint is a jabbing, mid ‘80s styled ace called ‘O.K. Track’ that strongly recalls Le Noiz or Chip E bangers, and we’re also really feeling the wigged-out wriggle of ‘Do Do’ (although we have an inkling those track titles may be the wrong way around), while there’s also some charming, wavy Jamal Moss styles in ‘Miss Mava’, and we’re also partial to the proper, briny Gherkin jerk of ‘Crazy Cool Beats.’