Boulevards – Ackrylic City EP

Boulevards

Boulevards is one interesting and intriguing artist, that’s for sure.  The Ackrylic City EP features some sensational funktopian tracks that are well and truly embedded under our skin.

I’ve had this EP sitting in the inbox for a number of days now and didn’t want to just churn out an end of year post to get these tracks up as the Boulevards Ackrylic City EP deserves a post with a little bit of finesse.

The EP opener ‘Kerosene Song (Cross The Line)’ might deceive as an initial guitar electro introduction to the what is on offer here.  Don’t hit stop though as once you get into ‘Crash’ territory you’ll know why we’ve brought you along for the ride.  This track is seriously addictive.  Dive into ‘The Death’ for a sexathon with Boulevards.  The halfway mark of the EP with ‘Keisha Kewl’ turns things on it’s head a little and shows why things are a little diverse with what’s on offer. The killer standout track on this EP has to be ‘D&C’ which is just glorious.  What a bass line.  The kraftwerk’esque track ‘Kiss My Ego’ is another along the electro fine funk lines of a good track too before we head to the club with the final two tracks of the album ‘Hasta La Vista’ and ‘Quasar’.  If you thought these couple of tracks are just add ons, wait until you immerse yourself in the last two minutes of ‘Hasta La Vista’.  I immediately put the track on for second play when I heard it.

There’s something special on offer here and I expect that this is not the last time we’ll be hearing Boulevards on YMR.  If this is the beginning of a beautiful journey, we’re definitely hopping on board for the ride.

You can get a free download of the EP here but be quick as I don’t reckon this will be up for too much longer when the clicks start to kick in: www.mediafire.com/download/eqj2nq3…YLIC+CITY+EP.zip

 

Check out the 8 tracks individually below:

 

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