|1.||"Above The Sky"|
|2.||"Above The Sky" (version)|
Lawrence is no stranger to Japanese label Mule Electronic, having been releasing with them since 2007, and Above The Sky follows his exquisite Until The Goodbye album released in 2009. The underpinning trait of "Teenage Barb" is the delicate piano chord movements that sit on top of monotone synth notes and shadowed claps. Whispy and delightful, they contrast magically against the deep bass. "Organ Track" has a more familiar deep house vibe to it as tribal drums march their way from the intro and allow the immense organ melody to dance along the rest of the piece. Flip over and Lawrence offers "Above The Sky" in two versions for the B Side. The original adaptation flies with manipulated shakers, a chugging bass and long, drawn out pads, while the second offers a twinkling beatless close to another wonderfully crafted EP from the German producer.
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