ELOS is evolving. L.A.-born Chaz Lewis is a quiet storm of the Low End Theory sound. KID HIM was almost the alter-ego, but instead we find the young 24 year-old ELOS embracing tempo, exploring fidelity, and pushing genre. Conceptually it gets far-out from the author: "The discovery of a new direction through a sci-fi tale of loss and isolation. Our captain finds his outer-dimensional vessel shipwrecked, creating a new home in a cave near the crash site...". Sonically it shows off. The vintage synthesizers and beat programs are resonating with the familiar, extraterrestrial terrain.
Conceived a year from its release, KID HIM has been brewing since 2012's Alpha Pup full-length "Scenes of Life / Electricity". ELOS' perpetual attention to expanding the artist's creative palette is supported by tracks like the minimalist footwork stylings of "Fall Light' & "Healing Beam". The young captain is still sprouting. Take the crucial slow & steady burner of "Glass Legos", and the moody eastern-influenced "Rondo" as exhibit to why Chaz will never miss his weekly experimental club-church congregation to the Low End that began it all.