Posted by , Nov 30, 2014 at 05:42pm
LA's Shlohmo makes some of the sexiest music around. Having collaborated with the likes of Jeremih and Banks, let's dive in to his essential tracks!

Los Angeles-based Shlohmo, real name Henry Laufer, started making beats like most bedroom producers. Influenced by the infamous LA beat scene, his early music resembled the experimental Low End Theory style.

In the last couple years however, Laufer has found a niche in the electronic music culture by making some of the sexiest remixes around. After reworking the likes of Drake, The Weekend, Aaliyah, Haerts, Burial and more, he's since linked up with R&B stars like Jeremih and Banks to create some forward-thinking, original R&B music that challenges anything else in the scene.

We think Shlohmo will have a huge 2015, so we want to introduce him to you, the readers. Dig in to his sexy, smooth style and enjoy the number of free downloads he has available on his Soundcloud. As a one-of-a-kind producer, we bring you Shlohmo's essential tracks.

10 Essential Shlohmo Tracks

LA's Shlohmo makes some of the sexiest music around. Having collaborated with the likes of Jeremih and Banks, let's dive in to his essential tracks!


Los Angeles-based Shlohmo, real name Henry Laufer, started making beats like most bedroom producers. Influenced by the infamous LA beat scene, his early music resembled the experimental Low End Theory style.

In the last couple years however, Laufer has found a niche in the electronic music culture by making some of the sexiest remixes around. After reworking the likes of Drake, The Weekend, Aaliyah, Haerts, Burial and more, he's since linked up with R&B stars like Jeremih and Banks to create some forward-thinking, original R&B music that challenges anything else in the scene.

We think Shlohmo will have a huge 2015, so we want to introduce him to you, the readers. Dig in to his sexy, smooth style and enjoy the number of free downloads he has available on his Soundcloud. As a one-of-a-kind producer, we bring you Shlohmo's essential tracks.

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