Steve Lawler. Photo by: Viva Music
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Call Of The Cuckoo EP by Steve Lawler


Author Mathias Haegglund in Music for Evlear
Published Tue. 17th of Feb 2015 URL Bookmark

This March will see the Leftroom imprint offer up Call Of The Cuckoo, a two-track EP from ViVa Music's very own Steve Lawler.

Steve Lawler has been at the top of his game for close to two decade now having been DJ’ing in Ibiza, London and further afield since the mid 90’s, 2006 saw the launch of his ViVA Music imprint, which over the years has welcomed many of today’s tastemakers onto the roster. To date Steve retains a heavy touring and release schedule, with his ViVa Warriors brand spanning the globe and regular output coming via leading imprints in the industry like Hot Creations, where he delivered the ‘House Record’ EP in 2014 and here he adds another driving force to his affiliations, namely Leftroom.

Title cut ‘Call Of The Cuckoo’ opens up the two tracker and in typical Steve Lawler fashion we’re treated to an amalgamation of rugged bass tones, penetrative, unfolding drum programming and cleverly chopped vocals. The end result is a powerful dance floor cut as you’d expect from such a seasoned producer.

On the flip side Lawler offers up ‘Can’t Stop’, which lays its focus on a heavily swung drum groove, chuggy bass sequences and wandering arpeggio licks to round things off on a raw, up-tempo tip.

Steve Lawler - Call Of The Cuckoo EP
Release date 16th March 2015
Label Leftroom Records

1. Call Of The Cuckoo
2. Can’t Stop

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Steve Lawler
Leftroom Records



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