Les techno drops his new album titled ‘Flowers for Dystopia’ right here on Jammerzine. Part social satire and part concept with dashes of prog and funk guitars overlaid upon a sea of electronica and just plain good music, Les gives a solid set of songs with a brilliant opener that sets the mood for an album that is as unpredictable and varied as it is pleasing.

About Les Techno

Les presents songs of social satire with sonic influences ranging from hip-hoppy grooves and 80’s punk-wave to electric guitar psychedelia and electronic music. A New York City rocker, noted guitarist and studio whiz-kid, Les’ prior releases “Guilty Pleasure” and “Come Along” get regular play. “Edge of the World” reached #20 Indie DRT Chart and #144 Global DRT Chart in December 2019 and “Where were You?” was featured on Detroit’s WRIF “Underground Sound System” in 2018. Les has made hip-hop tracks with Run-DMC (Profile), Mobb Deep (Loud/RCA), Onyx (Def Jam/Sony), and Red Hot Chili Peppers (Higher Ground).

“…mad genius-like quality…”
– Alternative Nation

“It’s cool… swaggy and clever.”
– Huffington Post

“A complete package…”
– Music-news.com

“Compelling music…”
– Artandculturemaven.com

“Chock full of satirical and thought-provoking lyrics…”
– Abortmag.com

LINKS:
https://les-techno.com
https://twitter.com/LesTechno_music
https://www.facebook.com/lestechno
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY6tPh5gmbAapST-1lsQS-w
https://open.spotify.com/artist/23KIOxWmbZp3wWW9HxTDIB
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/les-techno/1231964754

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