After one and a half years and diverse trips to labels like Milnor Modern or Drop That Records, Taron Trekka is finally back home with four tracks. They sport the same top form they always have in their return to the FAT harbor. For the reason that 2014 is still young, yet the measuring line in house music is still quite high. With the 'Purple Magic EP' Taron-Trekka (alias Daniel Müller-Sachs and Andreas Kriester from Berlin or rather Jena) take their exploration of the perfect groove to another step and expand their comprehensive sound palette of previous releases with fresh nuances. These shine from the depths of the night and throughout. Like always their tracks are a contemplation of the hours that are far from the peak time, yet still featuring a purity and a wide-reaching expression in every pulse of unfolding sonic planets. These are perfect for the early and late hours on the dance floor. The deep-set and warm drums, the raspy snares, whirling melodies; everything is close together and strangely interwoven with the subliminal field recordings from places where the music feels good; bars and clubs, simply among people. With this, Taron-Trekka demonstrates that they have yet so much still undiscovered to offer and produce elegant, deep-seated tracks. These tracks with their multitudinous influences mix to a house-hybrid that seems to only be able to be conjured up by them. At the same time the EP is the starting point for a literally "magical" trilogy because after 'Purple Magic' over the next few months there will follow 'Yellow Magic' and 'Black Magic' with new tracks from Taron-Trekka on Freude am Tanzen.