Jerome LOL is getting ready for the release of his upcoming EP, titled Deleted/Fool, out via Friends of Friends, set for a release date of February 4th. The first track, "Always," has already been released to great reviews, as Jerome LOL tends to get from fans, peers, and critics alike.
As a way to hold people off until next year, he's released two edits for his eagerly awaiting fans. One is of Bjork's "All is Full of Love," and the other is Stan Getz, João Gilberto, and Astrud Gilberto's "Corcovado." Both hold a special eclectic style that is reminiscent of his days as a part of LOL Boys, keeping a certain level of style and class to an otherwise dance-influenced rhythm.
As co-founder of Body High Records, he's been proudly shining a light on the less-exposed, yet much deserved, dance scene in California that steps away from the typical EDM structure. We can't wait for what his upcoming EP will bring, and while February seems a little far off, we're glad we've got the edits to tide us over.
He's launched a new website to promote his EP, and in his typical nature, it's eclectic, silly, and fun. Pre-orders can also be found on the site.
Bjork – All is Full of Love (Jerome LOL Edit)
- Friends of Friends
- December 5, 2013