SINGLE REVIEW: LZRS TXN – “Let It Go”

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Artist: LZRS TXN
Song: “Let It Go”
Album: TBA

Self-described “intergalactic groovy” duo LZRS TXN‘s debut Side A EP existed somewhere between Graduation-era Kanye West and a medley of danceable, upbeat electronics. The combination was potent enough to garner the attention of the Boston Globe, so it’s only right their new single, “Let It Go,” continues the tradition of sonic diversity.

With an equally punchy and precise flow, vocalist Francis Sobotka suggests, “Don’t stress what you can’t change / Do your damn thing, sip a little champagne.” Breezy synths float along in tandem as a simple bass-line and drum-beat drive the funky piece of work to its universe-sized potential; but in truth, the song’s hook is where the magic truly happens as its reverberated, vocoder-esque crooning is utterly infectious (think Starfucker on a heavy dose of downers).

“Let It Go” is an absolute tease of a track as it hints at the greatness Sobotka and producer Evil Earn have in store, but rather than think too much into the future, just hit play and let the positive vibes take hold.

Mike Giegerich

Mike Giegerich is a freelance journalist with an affinity for the hip-hop scene. His top-five favorite records of all time are Future's last five releases. Feel free to blow up his mentions on Twitter.
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