Summer (Brendon Collins) & Swyft are back in the flowerbeds dropping glowing spheres of multicolored light upon the shifting tulips. The duo presents Planetarium / Nightingales, a powerful two-tracker brimming with hypnotic energy and otherworldly nostalgia. Both tracks defy the common trends floating around in the music world and instead inspire a new generation of budding musicians to dive into the more mysterious realms of dance music. Both Planetarium and Nightingales contain punctual grooves paired with warbling synths and are not suited for the faint-hearted people of the overground. This is Tulipa at its finest.
Saturated muse. Moody nurse with fluidity. Daydream painting extraction. Cave banquet. The beauty bled through. A nightfall whisper. Conceal in dust. Hike the shallow curl. Squeezing the darkness. We learned some obscure language while attending the ceremony. Tiny swirls among the rising scud. Eloquence rides the poetic flume. Treeline paralysis. Slow until the dawn settles. Wave one hand in the sky and simultaneously render a cognition. Chirping creature feature. The sound of the trees was similar to a lonesome moan. Cool, dry blast from above. Animals soar below bluish planets.
2017 Tulipa Recordings http://www.tuliparecordings.com Artwork by Justin Chodzko Words by Summer (Brendon Collins)