Lee Burridge & Lost Desert converse with one another on their new album, surviving the weather, and extra [Interview]

Lee Burridge, a person with a dance music legacy pushing 4 many years, has already achieved an unlimited quantity of milestones that span from cultivating the early scene in Hong Kong, to proudly owning a document label and some of the profitable occasion manufacturers on the planet in All Day I Dream. With such a historic profession up to now, it could be laborious to overlook that the figurehead had by no means ventured into album territory. Lee’s been outspoken about his desire towards DJing over time; nonetheless, in Lost Desert, the legend discovered a producer driving the identical musical wavelength as he. With his studio professional collaborator serving as a conduit of expression, the 2 wrote out their first-ever album: Melt.

Melt is an album as whimsical and nostalgic as its writers’ personalities. It was impressed by love and connection they really feel with their pals, family members, and the world round them, and captures the blissful power felt at every All Day I Dream occasion. Ambient and deep home movement effortlessly into each other, utilizing calming basslines, lush percussion, sweeping string parts, and stripped-down synths to evoke emotions of peace and euphoria. Each piece stands utterly by itself, but concurrently suits into the album’s overarching theme and ambiance as a complete. Listeners are left with a smile on their faces by the tip of the journey; very like they're when Lee and Lost Desert take the decks. Melt thus makes for an ideal dancefloor addition in addition to a mellowed listening companion for lazier days.

While each Lee Burridge and Lost Desert are fairly open themselves in particular person, we had been interested by what lies beneath. So, we tasked these home stalwarts to have a quick, however cheekily candid chat with one another in regards to the album, their culinary decisions, All Day I Dream reminiscences, and extra. Order Melt here within the meantime.

Lost Desert to Lee Burridge:

What was the primary 12 inch document you bought?

“Chaka Kahn. “I Feel For You.” I performed it relentlessly till my mum advised me to cease enjoying it and stated why is it such a protracted document.”

Would you quite discover the depth of the ocean or deep area?

“Deep area for certain.”

Hamburger or cheese burger?

“Actually, vegeburger.”

Best recommendation for DJs in 5 phrases or much less?

“Wear insoles in your sneakers.”

In interviews, what's the ideally suited quantity of questions?

“Four. Question 5 is normally too tough to reply.”

Lee Burridge to Lost Desert:

If you had been capable of have created the sound observe to any film what wouldn't it have been?

“I’m not an enormous film watcher in any respect, however would have beloved to have written the theme tune of the unique sequence of The Bridge.”

What’s your favorite ice cream flavour?

“Chocolate chocolate chip.”

If you had been misplaced in a desert identify three issues that you'd love to search out in your pocket?

“Satellite telephone, water, umbrella, Yes, it’s an enormous pocket.”

Which observe on the album is your favorite?

“Seven Magic Mountains”

What’s your all-time favorite All Day I Dream second (thus far)?

Oakland 2017. An epic sundown. People on the shore applauding (good work nature). The view is superb then the occasion was merely “wow!”

Featured picture courtesy of Lee Burridge’s crew