Revered UK producer and DJ Chris Lorenzo has released his new album Late Checkout. The album covers a fair amount of ground with drum and bass, house, a dash of techno and some UK-styled bass music.
The album at its core is a collection of club songs. There are a few links sonically that keep this together, but it listens like a compilation of new club records for DJs and performing out. There are the clear g-house and housier songs like “Stereotypes,” “Here Kitty” or “I Don’t Care.” He dives into some bass house with “Run Up” featuring Redlight, in addition to silky drum and bass on “Take Me As I Am” with The Streets.
“Nuttin Dat” is a clear highlight with its funky, two-stepping beat that stands out from the crowd on this record and other generic club tracks.
Given Lorenzo’s prolific rate of production, this is likely just the tip of the iceberg with music he could put out there. Touring more will cut into the time to make tracks, but with this, Anti Up and more, there will be more Chris Lorenzo coming.
At 52 minutes, Late Checkout taps itself into a variety of electronic music without spreading itself too thin. At its core, it is a collection of club-ready tracks. It you want some well-produced club tracks this is for you.
Get your copy here and stream below.