What does the sun sound like? L'Orange, L'Orange, Gregg Kowalsky's first solo album in eight years, might have the answer. Its vivid music – sourced from analog synths and mixed on a laptop – arrives in rays of sound that shine skyward. There are many moods in each track, but the overarching aura is one of brightness and optimism. Hence the album title, which nods toward the radiant hue of our life-sustaining star. "That's the color I started to hear when I mixed these tracks," Kowalsky says. "Mixing when it's sunny out every day affects you." Kowalsky knows sunny days. He was raised in Miami, and has lived in Los Angeles for the past three years. The warm atmospheres of those shining coastal cities infuse the luminous ambience of L'Orange, L'Orange. The sounds of L'Orange, L'Orange can calm your nerves, warm your mood, and maybe even enlighten your mind.