PREMIERE: Black Light Smoke – Work feat. Léah Lazonick (Happy707 Remix)

Black Light Smoke returns to his Death Decay Magic imprint alongside Léah Lazonick for ‘Work’, backed by remixes from Happy707 and Dina Summer.

A Chicago native now based in New York, Jordan Lieb, aka Black Light Smoke, is an artist who wears many stripes within the realms electronic music. A DJ, producer, songwriter and composer, the diverse talent has also added the title of label boss to his resumé in recent years having founded his imprint, Death Decay Magic. Launched in 2020, releasing material spanning techno, EBM, electro and beyond, the label has welcomed releases and remixes from artists such as Cardopusher, The Hacker and MAN 2.0, to name just a few. Returning for his second EP on the label, mid-June sees Lieb partner alongside Brooklyn-based vocalist and producer Léah Lazonick for ‘Work’, accompanied by remixes from Argentinian duo Happy707 and trio Dina Summer – a collective made up of Kalipo and Local Suicide.

A playful electro cut fusing bright synths and crunchy percussion with Lazonick’s hypnotic vocals, title track ‘Work’ opens the package in impressive fashion, with the ‘Street Mix’ adding commanding leads and sweeping melodies throughout. Next, ‘Girls Dance With Computer’ jumps back into the mix with further warped vocals amongst resonant synths, while final original ‘Overdrive’ builds around funk-fuelled bass licks, echoed samples and infectious cowbells. Remixing the title cut, Happy707 takes things down on a darker, cosmic-driven journey across five minutes, before Dina Summer’s take on ‘Girls Dance With Computer’ brings a slice of Italo in the midst of a trippy and chuggy closing production.

We are presenting Happy707’s remix of the ‘Work’ feat. Léah Lazonick.

‘Work’ EP will be available after the 10th of June HERE.