Stream L’Orange’s ‘Koala’ EP

blame it on Patrick Glynn December 22, 2016

Every year for the last half-decade or so, you can guarantee to see L’Orange‘s name next so some of the most respected veteran rappers, sometimes just for a couple songs but other times for full length efforts.

In 2016, the North Carolina producer made an album (The Life & Death of Scenery) with Boston legend Mr. Lif just a year after dropping projects with Kool Keith (Time? Astonishing!) and Jeremiah Jae (The Night Took Us In Like Family). Putting somewhat of a close to this stretch of collaborations, L’Orange takes some time for himself on a new EP, Koala.

Sans features, the instrumental project runs seven tracks long and about 18 minutes long.

Koala is a personal tribute to love and love lost — a fragile meditation on depression and passion,” the producer detailed about the project on Bandcamp. “Solidarity in solitude, we are not alone.”

Stream Koala below, and support L’Orange and the project on Bandcamp at a name-your-price option.