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Maneten – Love And Base (Art Alfie Remix)

One of Sweden’s hottest producers in the classic house genre Art Alfie has remodeled and remixed Maneten’s song ‘Love And Bass’ from the album ‘Touch And Time’. Alfie’s characteristic solid groove is mixed with modern breakbeats and soulful rhodes. Dreams of fellowship and afternoon sessions. Art Alfie released their debut album in 2017 at Studio Barnhus and the following year the EP The Bo Allan was released on Toy tonics.

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Niels Gordon – Inner Grounds / Woodlands (Remixed)

Niels Gordons debut album Land was released this spring and received great reviews in press and radio. The cosmic Berlin-School sounds on the album has now gotten a load of remixes, in a classic Lamour-spirit. The sparse arrangements of intricate harmonies and ethereal rhythms have been amplified, modulated, energized and even calmed with gentle hands. 
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LEHNBERG & Slim Vic – Glaskupad (Axel E Remix)

LEHNBERG and Slim Vic’s album ‘Vid Fronten’ from 2018 continues to touch and attract new listeners. The music that was created for Folkteatern Gävleborg’s performance ‘Som du, som dom, som jag’ 2017 contains both emotionally dark parts, but is mixed with hope and happiness. One of the songs that has been reborn through a digital release is Glaskupad. The producer and DJ Axel E stuck to the song and could not help but make a bootleg mix. A remix that we at Lamour just love, so here finally comes a melodic deep house version. Dreamy and hope for the future! Continue reading

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Niels Gordon – Tides (Remixed)


Niels Gordons debut album Land was released this spring and received great reviews in press and radio. The cosmic Berlin-School sounds on the album has now gotten a load of remixes, in a classic Lamour-spirit. The sparse arrangements of intricate harmonies and ethereal rhythms have been amplified, modulated, energized and even calmed with gentle hands. Continue reading

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Singular – Rämna

In Rämna, Singular drapes melancholic, melodic piano in a twisting, dimly shimmering weave. A relentless pulse rises, whipping up a ticking, rumbling torrent that first tilts and rolls, then cracks, disperses and transforms into whispering, swirling veils of rhythm, melody and noise.

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Niels Gordon – Outer Grounds (Remixed)

Niels Gordons debut album Land was released this spring and received great reviews in press and radio. The cosmic Berlin-School sounds on the album has now gotten a load of remixes, in a classic Lamour-spirit. The sparse arrangements of intricate harmonies and ethereal rhythms have been amplified, modulated, energized and even calmed with gentle hands.  Continue reading

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Weaknot – Flowers Of Melancholy


A mixture of “dirt” and “clean” creates the music concept behind “Flowers Of Melancholy“, in which drones and ethereal voices have the purpose of sustaining the impact of drums and heavy distorted synths. This small music work, made up by two songs, reflexes the experimental music background of the music project Weaknot, the 24 years old guy fascinated by any kind of stuff that can be turned into a meaningful sound. Continue reading

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Singular – Früh

As autumn begins, Singular returns with the sound of the night as it turns into day. Früh, Singular’s first solo track of the year, starts off electronically cool but before long it turns into a fleeting flow of whirling piano leaves drifting through airy strands of rhythm, noise and melody. Continue reading

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Igor – umf (4×7″) (Release August 28)


The box “Umf” with four vinyls is a tribute to two major sources of inspiration: the Dadaist Hugo Ball and the German kraut pioneers Cluster. Featuring some sci-fi (crackling movie music from the 50’s) and mixed percussion from Asia (Java, Japan, Korea). Somewhere out on the periphery, Ball and Cluster meet in a common idea: That everything has a sound, and most sounds can be music. This is actually the original format from 1949, when the record companies demanded a little more from their listeners. At that time they were forced to choose the playing order by stacking the discs on top of each other on the designed gramophone player. Long before today’s playlists. Continue reading