Shout out to the 90’s kids and experience a well-loved era in Al Patron‘s Short Cuts. Released under HW&W Recordings, the album is a compilation of eight “feel good” beats perfect for steady driving. It serves as a teaser to Al Patron’s full length album, which will be available in December.
LAX to JFK opens the album in sass and soul. Hand-clapping beats and jazz horns adds groove to the song. While in One Way, another kind of groove is executed using sultry latino/samba melodies and hip-hop beats.
Quit Runnin hypes the energy level with repetitive sample hooks and intricate arrangement.
In Keep Hustlin, Al Patron crafts the perfect lounge-y track with lo-fi harmonies that elicit easy-listening. No Tomorrow boasts resounding rapping and a consistent hook set in the background.
The collection wraps up in slow-tempo with This Distance. This steady-moving track holds appeal for those seeking a relaxing, beat-filled anthem for lazy weekends.
Short Cuts gives us a sneak peek of what Al Patron has in store for us. So download, press play, and enjoy this wonderful musical pieces.
It’s available as a pay-what-you-want/free download on Bandcamp.
1. LAX to JFK
2. One Way
4. Money Ain’t A Thang (Remix)
5. Quit Runnin
6. Keep Hustlin
7. No Tomorrow
8. The Distance