Late Night Radio reveals ‘Dryland’ ahead of forthcoming LP
Houston-born and now Denver-based, Late Night Radio (LRN) is the culmination of electronic, funk, and hip-hop. The soulful electrofunk producer has quickly become a staple in the Colorado dance scene, having garnered collaborations with Break Science, SunSquabi, and Manic Focus, just to name a few. Synthesizing influence from DJ Screw, UGK, The Beatles, and The Doors, LNR explores a spectrum sounds to create a groovy space unique to his own style.
Now he’s introduced “Dry Land” as the lead single to his forthcoming studio album, Further Into The Night, due Friday, December 13. His forthcoming Further Into The Night LP expands on his previous Far Into The Night EP, a project where he describes feeling like everything started to make sense for himself musically. An amalgamation of heady flips, hip-hop drums kicks, big bass, and guitar solos, “Dry Land” provides the first look into a project which marks a new age for Late Night Radio.
On Further Into The Night, LNR had the following to say in a press statement: “the production is really a culmination of years of trying different stuff out. Combining sampling, digital and analog synths, recording some amazing musicians including Recess and Brisco Jones, and chopping the hell out of everything I feel like the end result is a very emotional driven soulful banging album.”
LNR has a busy touring schedule ahead of him, which recently kicked off at Meow Wolf Dark Palace in Denver and runs through Februrary with a final stop-off at Gem & Jam Festival. View all dates below.
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