A bit over a year after Lehult’s inaugural relase, Eddie Ness’s solo debut is - if not the ending of a full circle - a release with one foot firmly in the short history of our label and the other, already, two steps ahead in the future. Eddie’s tracks were made a exactly a year after Follow Me To Flottbek Falls by Lucky Charmz, in exactly the same place, a small, red hut in the woods of Sweden - pictured on LHLT001. And so, these tracks exhale: warmth, contentment - yet are full of energy, pushing forward, much like it is Eddie’s nature itself. This description is maybe best mirrored in “Ombré", the A1, a track so cheerfully detached it seems at times like the thumping, powerful groove beneath is the only thing keeping the elements from unwinding into seperate, psychedelic directions. “Afro” is it’s direct counterpart - concentrated, moody, but still there is warmth here, coming from a place beyond the dancefloor. It’s a warmup game changer, or maybe an afterhours hypnosis - that is up to you. “Menjou” is another subtle force on this EP. A space excursion of swelling pads and massaging bass interplay, this one goes all the way on the dancefloor. Finally, we’re happy to have our friend Borrowed Identity on the team with his remix for “Ombre", which he effortlessly takes to the big room with wet, driving drums and merciless acid blips.