Dancefloor experimentalist (with the emphasis very much on ‘mentalist’) Gábor Lázár arrives on Planet Mu with his latest studio album, Source. It sounds like the work of an artist who’s always concentrated on the future taking a minute to revisit his influences and first loves, and the results sound absolutely amazing in clubs.
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Gábor Lázár follows peer Rian Treanor, nipping from The Death Of Rave over to Planet Mu. He brings eight of his precision-tooled dancefloor missiles along with him for 'Source', an album that has me yearning to be at a party, pressing my stupid face into a massive speaker cabinet, limbs flailing like a total buffoon. I swear, once cold turkey lockdown has ended I'm going on a decade long rave bender. When you hear tunes like this, it just makes it all the more torturous. Like if I wanted to try and demonstrate to an alien without MDMA receptors what it felt like rushing your tits off and that electrifying feeling of the music coursing through your body, I’d blast a tune like ‘Repeater’ at them. They’d probably think they were being zapped by their own raygun.
To be honest, when I first heard Gábor Lázár’s music, I couldn’t forgive him for nicking that really immaculate synthetic metallic sound from SND, but he’s actually doing great things with it and has really come into his own. The whole album is just really energizing, inventive and just a total blast. Each sound seems like it’s perfectly tweaked, like a heatseeker of pure pleasure straight to the dome.
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