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L.A. producer Sweatson Klank builds his productions like films, developing a story from start to finish, sending listeners on a sonic adventure ripe with ferocity and accented with unique texture. Stylistically, Fine Lines picks up where his 2017 EP Then I Was Me left off, melding forward thinking hip hop and electronics as a back drop for a soulful and sultry journey through a tumultuous love affair, loss of self, and the dark empty spaces in our minds. Sitting in a space occupied by hip hop, future R&B and house, the record cleverly transcends any single genre. While much of the production is hard hitting, the album manages to walk a tightrope between heartache and swagger throughout. Sweatson Klank enlists a number of features here including newcomers Ana Calvo, Sarah Saldivia, and Annie Bass as well as past collaborator, Montreal producer Ango. Fine Lines is a deep front-to-back listen, immersed in multi-timbral textures, colors and sentiments that reveal themselves more with each listen.