“Solemn Days” comes first, though, and it’s the stunner of the duo, knocking together floppy metal synths, a ship’s malfunctioning fog horn and a beat you might call hard house—if that term didn’t have such terrible connotations. It’s somehow a song that you play at peak-time, and one that you play to slowly slide out of that mode as well due to its generous outro. But that’s Vincent in a nutshell—at the moment, at least—a man whose productions can’t quite be called anything except Levon Vincent music. It’s a rare, and special, place to be.
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