Released on February 11, DLO3 makes us discover their “feel good music” again with this album Cold As Weiss. David Koperhant describes it to us in the last Jazz Magazine.
“The last time we saw them, Wuhan was a Chinese megalopolis like the others and we could, without fear, sweat profusely under the projections of guitarist Jimmy James! It was at Jazz à la villette in 2019 , in other words an eternity.
Since then, DLO3 has released an album, burned two drummers and supported games for the Kraken, Seattle’s new ice hockey franchise. Only constant, the sound. Doomed to make the same album until the end of time – no worries for us!
Delvon Lamarr walks his gourmet B3 on nine instrumentals smelling good spring reverb and crappy funk, enough to revive the memory of the Meters or the M.G.’s.
More focused than the previous one (and its fatal cover of “Careless Whisper”) this disc distributes unstoppable riffs and wah-wah casseroles without flinching.
As they embark on the epic ‘Big TT’s Blues’, Lamarr and his minions have a good laugh: once again, they pulled it off!”