Having marked himself out as a producer to keep an eye on with his previous releases on Tusk Wax, Hot Waves & Glasgow Underground we’re proud to welcome Lee Webster to the Local Talk family.
Lee keeps it pretty much straight forward on All Night Vibes EP and delivers four to the flour house tracks, bouncy with strong vocal hooks and memorable melodies all the way.
Punch A Crocodile’s wonky bassline, the airy chords in Get Lost, the vocal samples in Wax Your Body and lean rhythm in All Night Vibes are all fine indicators of where Lee’s real talent lies and makes him a great fit for Local Talk. Sometimes simplicity is the key to make your tracks memorable and this young cat knows how to work it like that.
Juno Review: Who knew lamping a reptile would be this funky? Of course there's danger to "Punch A Crocodile", too. Mr Webster's neatly represented it with a rich, rasping bassline that kicks in midway, very much like an early Jesse Rose joint. Meanwhile on the Kerri Chandler-flavoured "Wax Your Body" we find that body hair removal isn't painful but actually pretty darn sensuous. Elsewhere we get deep and sexy on the title track and get whisked back to the mid 90s golden era of Yoshiesque via "Get Lost".