On the Horizon: Timeless; Precocious; Superlative.

On the Horizon: Timeless; Precocious; Superlative.

It’s days like today that you might find George Michael’s Outside seeping into your subconscious. It’s the only place I’m pining for (aside from Austin) and the one I can’t grasp at, however palpable it may be beyond the window. Though if you too have a hideous lounge-pop track playing away incessantly upstairs then you may want to indulge in the below… 

Sir Lanceloot is the alias of enigmatic US producer Superlative who, at the tender age of seventeen, has more pseudonyms than most of us have realisable hopes and dreams. So kudos to that. Though oodles of the stuff are due Sir Lanceloot of the plated tables, whose so-called ‘jazzy beat tape’ Age makes for some insouciant afternoon listening. And it’s its title track I’m hooked up to for a serotonin boost as of now, but for the foreseeable – a smooth conflation of immaculate technique, gently bruised jazz samples and scratchy genius. Superlative indeed, especially for one so young…

Sir Lanceloot’s Bandcamp.

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