Following the release of his limited-edition "Boomerang" EP and his cassette-only album "Special Request," Diamond Ortiz brings you his first full-length LP, "Loveline." His heavy, bounce-laden style carries the album from start to finish, cementing him as California's heir apparent to the gutter synth funk sound which originated from Ohio and found an adopted home out west, where it fit perfectly with the cultures of lowriding and popping/locking. Diamond Ortiz proves on "Loveline," as he has with all of his past efforts, that the sound he is a proponent of is not simply "retro" or "old school" - it has a place in the modern day pantheon of electronic music.
|A1||(We Go Together Like) Saturday & Sunday||02:51|
|A3||Play It Cool||02:45|
|A4||She Chose Me||02:41|
|A7||If Mama Ain't Happy (Ain't Nobody Happy)||01:58|
|B1||In The Cut Like Whaat|
|B3||Love Me Up||03:09|