Album artwork for Inji by LA Priest

The Ex Late of the Pier frontman's solo debut delivers fresh, twisted genius and reflection of love. Signing to Domino Records, Sam Dust re-ignited his LA Priest moniker after a 2007 12" on Erol Alkan's Phantasy label. 'Inji' is full of oddities and quirks, from its song titles ('Gene Washes With New Arm', 'Lady's In Trouble With The Law') to the music itself. 'Lorry Park', for example, is a two-and-a-half minute track built from loops of the singer's manipulated "ooh"s and "eee"s that make him sound like an awestruck dolphin. 'Oino' - guaranteed to be a song of the summer - is a banger. Blending galloping percussion with bursts of bassy synth and a wailing solo, it sounds like a rave in a Middle Eastern desert. 'Party Zute / Learning To Love' is a blast of colour amidst an increasingly monochrome musical landscape, the patient vocal refrain belies the sheer volume of ideas at work in this synth-squelching prog-pop epic. Across its ten audaciously imaginative tracks, 'Inji' reasserts Dust as a truly idiosyncratic voice in British music, applying the same frantically eclectic, mischievous and wilfully absurd spirit of his previous band, the beloved Late of the Pier, to ever more nuanced and affecting songwriting and composition.LP+ - Limited Green Coloured Heavyweight Vinyl housed in Gatefold sleeve with Poster plus Download.LP - Heavyweight Black Vinyl housed in Gatefold sleeve with Poster plus Download.

LA Priest

Inji

Domino
Album artwork for Inji by LA Priest
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Released 29/06/2015Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Inji by LA Priest
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Released 29/06/2015Catalogue Number

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LA Priest

Inji

Domino
Album artwork for Inji by LA Priest
CD

£14.99

Released 29/06/2015Catalogue Number

wigcd344

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Inji by LA Priest
LP

£23.99

Released 29/06/2015Catalogue Number

wiglp344

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

The Ex Late of the Pier frontman's solo debut delivers fresh, twisted genius and reflection of love. Signing to Domino Records, Sam Dust re-ignited his LA Priest moniker after a 2007 12" on Erol Alkan's Phantasy label. 'Inji' is full of oddities and quirks, from its song titles ('Gene Washes With New Arm', 'Lady's In Trouble With The Law') to the music itself. 'Lorry Park', for example, is a two-and-a-half minute track built from loops of the singer's manipulated "ooh"s and "eee"s that make him sound like an awestruck dolphin. 'Oino' - guaranteed to be a song of the summer - is a banger. Blending galloping percussion with bursts of bassy synth and a wailing solo, it sounds like a rave in a Middle Eastern desert. 'Party Zute / Learning To Love' is a blast of colour amidst an increasingly monochrome musical landscape, the patient vocal refrain belies the sheer volume of ideas at work in this synth-squelching prog-pop epic. Across its ten audaciously imaginative tracks, 'Inji' reasserts Dust as a truly idiosyncratic voice in British music, applying the same frantically eclectic, mischievous and wilfully absurd spirit of his previous band, the beloved Late of the Pier, to ever more nuanced and affecting songwriting and composition.LP+ - Limited Green Coloured Heavyweight Vinyl housed in Gatefold sleeve with Poster plus Download.LP - Heavyweight Black Vinyl housed in Gatefold sleeve with Poster plus Download.