When WPH boss Red D heard 'Toriton' being played by Ken Ishii during a WPH radio takeover on Belgium's Studio Brussel radio station he ran to the booth and knew this track had WPH written all over it. Not abiding to any trends, just devastatingly beautiful house music.
Some licence negotiations and months later Satoshi Fumi agreed and made 'Lalalalaland' and 'An-Gel-Fish', two brand new tracks to go along with 'Toriton' and make up this E.P.
The title track has that unmistakable Detroit feel that takes you from melancholy to euphoria and back, while 'Lalalalaland' and 'An-Gel-Fish' have been described by people hearing it in Red D's sets this summer as 'Japanese sunset trance' or 'end of the night eyes closed hands in the air stuff'.
To come full circle we got Ken Ishii on board to make a remix of 'Toriton'...and he made two remixes. We like that! And we like the fact to have a techno legend like Ken Ishii on our house music label.
Whatever the words, it's the music that counts and Satoshi Fumi takes his place among the WPH family in style!