The album is fitting for both those cold winter nights and those long summer days. Tracks such as Experiment really take over the senses and leave you feeling mindful of the here and now, where as tracks such as Ashes leave you with that feeling of dread from that lightest touch of darkness that sometimes finds its way into their sound.
The album is laced with familiar lengths of eclecticism while dipping into fresh sources of inspiration which makes this one of the most unique albums of the year.
The Orange Tree definitely deserves to have the name L-wiz carved into it’s bark as testament to the outstanding composition that completes this debut album and for the contribution that the duo has made to a genre of music that has help redefine electronica since it’s emergence from the underground.
released September 25, 2015
All tracks written and produced by Claes Rosén & Ola Näslund
@ Apelsinträdet Studio, Högdalen, Linje 19 Stockholm, SWEDEN