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Loraine James reveals new alias Whatever The Weather

Watch the video for the first track “17ºC.”

February 02, 2022
Loraine James reveals new alias Whatever The Weather Loraine James. Photo by Suleika Müller  

Loraine James, the London-based experimental electronic producer behind last year's Reflection, has announced a brand new alias: Whatever The Weather. Described as "ambient-minded" in a press release, Whatever The Weather will debut with its self-titled debut album on April 8 via Ghostly.

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Each of the songs on the album are titled after different temperatures, and the project's lead single "17ºC" is out today. That's the kind of weather you'd want a light coat for, but the song James has created around it is a labyrinth of supercharged footwork, breakbeats, and a few shards of the soundtrack for the Wipeout Playstation games for good measure. In the song's music video, streaming below, a young woman pops and locks as UFOs swirl in the galaxy above her, as one does.

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Whatever The Weather is available to pre-order on Bandcamp.

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Loraine James reveals new alias Whatever The Weather