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Lookman has untethered himself from any genre classifications on 'Ottoline'. "I used to describe my music as postmodern blues," he says, "but these days I just describe it as lyrically-centred, genre-nonspecific music." Written during various lockdowns, the world's collective experience of isolation has informed large parts of the new album, thematically, but ironically it's his most collaborative to date. He created the album "with a bunch of people I respect and we tried to make a record that resonates with the post-Covid effects of the world and how it's affected artists."
Lookman has untethered himself from any genre classifications on 'Ottoline'. "I used to describe my music as postmodern blues," he says, "but these days I just describe it as lyrically-centred, genre-nonspecific music." Written during various lockdowns, the world's collective experience of isolation has informed large parts of the new album, thematically, but ironically it's his most collaborative to date. He created the album "with a bunch of people I respect and we tried to make a record that resonates with the post-Covid effects of the world and how it's affected artists."
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Ottoline
Artist: L.A. Salami
Format: CD
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Lookman has untethered himself from any genre classifications on 'Ottoline'. "I used to describe my music as postmodern blues," he says, "but these days I just describe it as lyrically-centred, genre-nonspecific music." Written during various lockdowns, the world's collective experience of isolation has informed large parts of the new album, thematically, but ironically it's his most collaborative to date. He created the album "with a bunch of people I respect and we tried to make a record that resonates with the post-Covid effects of the world and how it's affected artists."

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