• LP ALBFLP03£15.99
    Expected 27 JulPreorder
  • 1. The Only Sound
  • 2. 32 Degrees feat. Lucid Paradise
  • 3. Finsbury Lark
  • 4. The Looking Glass ft. Sarah Williams White
  • 5. Last Winter
  • 6. Flash Light feat. Grace Walker
  • 7. Pimperlude
  • 8. Think It Over feat. Shea Soul
  • 9. All This Trouble
  • 10. Discussed Disgust
  • 11. Moon Food feat. Tamar Osborn

Debut solo LP from one Albert's Favourites mainstay's Jonny Drop. A drummer by trade, you will have most recently heard him on the Expansions album. He's also provided the beats for Andrew Ashong, The Bongolian and Connie Constance over the years. 'The Only Sound' is a deep and thoughtful collection of down-tempo electronica, with elements of hip hop, soul and disco in the mix.

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