Maybe it's a bit early for a changing of the guard at the the top of the club music empire, but with the kings of the late noughties ouevre now off in different directions (As in the case of Justice, creating a rock opera on new release Audio, Video, Disco which threatens to fuse vertebrae worldwide), but Londoner James Connolly - aka Lvis 1990 - is in as good a position to pick up the gauntlet as any. Club promoter, DJ, producer and remixer he's certainly proof of the post-music industry work ethic required to actually make a living in the won't pay/won't pay era, and as Neon Dreams prove, as an artist he's got sufficient smarts to ultimately seize any initiative going.
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