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Planting a flag in the evolution of the LA beat scene's sound over the last two decades, West Coast beatmaker Elusive returns with his 14th studio album Afterthoughts. Marked by studio contributions from some of LA's finest musicians, Elusive's newest album features Jimetta Rose, Ryan Porter, Niels Broos, and more stalwarts of contemporary jazz. Trumpet, harp, saxophone, bass guitar, and many other instruments extend the musicianship and scope of his latest works, defining a bridge between electronic, hip-hop, and jazz in a very personalized and technical form.
Garnishing recent love from BBC, KCRW, The FADER, L.A. Record, XLR8R, self-titled, WWFM, NestHQ, The Wire, and Amoeba Records, Elusive has become a force to be reckoned with and continues his prolific path of album releases with over a dozen albums, EPs, and singles launched in the last four years alone. As a frequent contributor to Low End Theory's decade-plus run of weekly showcases, Elusive walks in the same footsteps as Ras G, Samiyam, TOKimonsta, Dibiase, Jonwayne, Mono/Poly, Daedelus and so many more.
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