Premiere : Night Auditor – Loveslaves

Night Auditor | Photo by Evan Bryson

Night Auditor | Photo by Evan Bryson

Emerging from the Los Angeles DIY scene and following a trans-formative trajectory across the USA and finally to the Northeast of Brazil, Night Auditor is the project of Omar Al Jamal. Previously releasing two singles and two EPs, Jamal’s material delicately balances influences such as the funk infused “blue-eyed soul” of Bowie’s “Young Americans,” New York art-rockers TV on the Radio, and even Amy Winehouse. From these divergent influences emerges a textural, quirky, and noisy, electronic indie pop.

Night Auditor’s lastest single “Loveslaves,” is from the forthcoming Soul Junk LP, which will be released later this year. Produced in a dank room in Olinda, Brazil, a city renowned for its carnaval and grime, Jamal describes “Loveslaves” as

…”a manic, lustful song full of intensity and a passion bordering on desperation.”

With this release the band harks back to what they describe as their earlier sound – more lo-fi, noise-funk/boogie music. If you follow boutique label Kerchow Records out of Los Angeles, you might have spotted a demo of “Loveslaves” on a very limited edition mixtape released in October 2016.

Strawberry Tongue is pleased to announce the world premiere of Night Auditor’s newest single, “Loveslaves,” from the forthcoming album Soul Junk. Uplifting, breathtaking, and catchy as hell, we guarantee that “Loveslaves” will be your new summer ear worm.

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Dawn Marie
Curator | Writer | Eccentric | Strawberry Tongue Music
...is an obsessive-compulsive music aficionado. Her interests in music tend towards Post-Punk, New Wave, Electronic, Experimental, Jazz, and Darkwave. She feels as comfortable listening to 40's standard pop tunes as she does bat cave goth or heavy metal. She makes no excuses for her choices.

Dawn Marie

http://www.strawberrytongue.com

...is an obsessive-compulsive music aficionado. Her interests in music tend towards Post-Punk, New Wave, Electronic, Experimental, Jazz, and Darkwave. She feels as comfortable listening to 40's standard pop tunes as she does bat cave goth or heavy metal. She makes no excuses for her choices.

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