You most likely haven’t heard of LEFTI, however you’ve undoubtedly heard his music. LEFTI (Alex Suarez) was beforehand a part of Cobra Starship, the band who introduced the world the viral hit “Good Girls Go Bad” in 2009. He was with the group from the start to its disbandment in 2015, and now he’s embarking out on his personal on a brand new venture.
LEFTI continues to push Suarez’s skills as a bass participant, including a hefty quantity of funk and brass to the combination on his new EP, DISCOTECHA. This launch finds LEFTI furthering his suave fusion of dwell and digital manufacturing concerning disco and home music. It serves because the follow-up to his debut EP, Somebody, and a collection of remixes.
LEFTI says of the discharge, “The identify ‘DISCOTECA’ is impressed by my childhood reminiscences from spending our summers in Spain, the place my household is from. My people and their pals used to hit the discotecas commonly and I used to see tons of present posters for them which have been so cool to me. As at all times, my music is a mix of dwell instrumentation rooted from disco, home and funky flavors, like paella!”
The EP comes out on toucan sounds, an impartial report label for indie disco and home music curated by French Horn Rebellion. LEFTI will probably be enjoying on the April 4th label launch party at Freehold with DJ units from Crush Club, Jpatt (of The Knocks), and French Horn Rebellion.
Check out the EP under, and get it here.