Breakout artist ATTLAS has finally released his debut album Lavender God after massive success with his recent singles. The 10-track arrangement brings an intoxicating narrative to fans everywhere. Available now via mau5trap, Lavender God rings in the new decade with a journey that listeners won’t forget.
Originally from Canada, musician Jeff Hartford took his songwriting skills from years of playing in bands and converted his sound to electronic music. He then began releasing singles and EPs in 2015. After mau5trap signed on a few of his songs, the label inevitably ended up bringing him on as an artist. Now voted DJ Mag’s Breakthrough DJ of 2019, it is no surprise ATTLAS’s is reaching incredible new heights. With an impressive track record of releases including his remix of deadmau5’s “Aural Synapse,” he has proven to be worthy of his placement at the mau5trap label. Now with his debut album release, it seems there is no sign of stopping ATTLAS from taking over the electronic music world.
When preparing his debut album, Hartford declared that he wanted the release to “synthesize all the experiences and wandering paths that ATTLAS walks.” The album brings emotional melodies and symphonic sounds that stay true to his brand. This debut is held dear to his heart, as it reveals him “trying to learn who I am and tell my story through music, which has given me so much and has been a home for me: a place to create, a shelter from the storm, and a launchpad into the greatest adventure of my life.” Featuring mesmerizing vocals from The Naked and Famous’s Alyssa Xalalith in “Half Light” along with a heart-wrenching “A Winding Path,” fans can listen to what we love from ATTLAS. However, the artist plays into a more experimental side with “November” which brings a glitchy and unique tone to the album. “Lavender God” is as harmonious and euphoric as expected for the album’s title track. Overall, listeners everywhere will be amazed by the journey that ATTLAS delivers in just 48-minutes. It is no question that this album will continue to rise as one of this year’s top progressive releases to date.
With untapped energy and mesmerizing essence to the whole album, Lavender God is must-listen for electronic music fans of all kinds, and it is sure to bring a whole new wave of ATTLAS fans from across the globe wanting more.
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