Fort Romeau flitting from early 90s hand bag house to something infinitely more complex. “Stay True” winds and rises for seven minutes in the sort of way that makes you wish you could explain to Kendrick Lamar that this is why reasonable people do Molly.
He takes the builds and sheen of house and disco and applies it a permanent future forecast by Moroder and Tron and every lovable 80s robot you ever knew. It sounds neither like the nu-disco en vogue or the styles of four on the floor favored by the post-dubstep diaspora. The sort of thing Juicy J would define as very groovy.
The Stay/True EP comes out next month on Ghostly.