DescriptionHoito is the newest producer to arrive into the Tulipa countryside with a fresh bouquet of flowers. Pshin / Slider are two feats of astronomy buzzing from the lips of gossipers dwelling in the towns nearby. All those who love romantic-flavored tech-house will nod in disbelief when they hear the auditory fuel that hoito has to ignite on the starry meadows. Goosebumps and body gyration will be the two bullet points of this hypnotic party.
Pshin is the first strike of the EP and it sets the straightforward mood that is underscored with the subtle, lingering eeriness present in almost all of Tulipa's releases. Whispers float upward like wisps of lonely smoke drifting through the night and they accentuate the pulsating energy of the robust groove. David Durango decidedly burns a hole into the lunar sky with his magnetic take on Pshin. His turn at conquering the normative structures of techno has arrived ahead of schedule and he flies high into the stratosphere with a set of moods rooted deeply in futuristic truths. Hoito's original of Slider is next and near. This song is caressed by the arms of optimistic dreams sewn together with the threads of the classic house blessings of good vibes and rich keys. Rob Van Valen pleasingly delivers a warmly minimal restructuring of Slider that concludes the EP in a most profound way. Full of noble bleeps, blips, and lucid rawness, Rob's manipulation will linger on the hillsides as the sun emerges from the behind the trees and crashes against the horizon like a violent wave of morphing color.
The purpose of Hoito's intriguing adventure into the world of electronic music is to call for the rebirth of the modern soul during cold and hopeless moments. Tulipa Recordings is honored to be the catalyst for Pshin / Slider and is delighted to have Hoito as a cherished member on the label. His need to created exuberant electronic music is more than welcomed within the gardens here.
2013 Tulipa Recordings http://www.tuliparecordings.com Artwork by Hanna Mese 'Meshe' Words by Summer (Brendon Collins)