1. WSTLNDR - Hemera
2. WSTLNDR - Sparkle
3. WSTLNDR - Wasteland
4. WSTLNDR - Save Me (with Fisher)
5. WSTLNDR - SHO118131 (with Evil Sardine)
6. WSTLNDR - Mother Computer Z
7. WSTLNDR - Muda
8. WSTLNDR - Crystal Castle
9. WSTLNDR - Bellzemos
10. WSTLNDR - Easton
11. WSTLNDR - Nyx
12. WSTLNDR - Donâ€™t Forget
Who, or perhaps what even is WSTLNDR? Put simply, it's a new artist project from Leon Bolier.
One with no stated genre conditions and one without any pre-set agenda or absolute endgame.
In essence, whatever 'Leon Bolier' doesn'tâ€¦ WSTLNDR does.
Conceived as a 'no walls' (ad)venture, it is one that's slave only to freeform musical architecture.
An â€˜audio ATVâ€™ that allows Leon supreme latitude for production roam, without the absolute need
to make the club floor roar. Unencumbered by any last vestiges of genre convention, Leon has,
over a year or more, developed a 12-track outing that focuses exclusively on assembling
sounds, FX and sequences that dial that much deeper into the synapses. A hyper-refined
melting pot of ideas, influences, tendril inspiration and organic, naturalistic tangents, that all
comprise an end-to-end listening experience.
The Dutchman's first album foray under the name, is an attempt to perfect the ether that
electronic music and electronic music alone can create. It all but entirely eschews the modern
day album 'rhythms' of featured singers and collaborators. This is Leon's long celebrated
musical mind, unchained, running off the leash and fully loaded with a decade or moreâ€™s worth of