As A Dutch Label, Were Proud Supporters Of The Homegrown Sounds Of Guys Like Nachtbraker, Frits Wentink And Fouk. Adding Another Dutchie To Our List Of Exquisite Producers, We Present You Pitto With His Debut On Heist Recordings. Pitto Is A Musically Omnipotent Creature, Venturing Into Deep House With The Underground Hit Richklap On Wolfskuil Back In 2012 And Dreamy Electronic Pop With His Album Breaking Up The Static On Sonar Kollektiv And Virgin. He Has Also Moved Beyond Producing His Own Music, Running Studio Stekker, A Dutch Music Festival That Focused On Freeform Creative Interactions Between Musicians Where The Artists Performing On The Festival Locked Themselves Up A Week In Advance In Kytopia (colin Benders Synth Paradise) To Make New Music Together. Through This, Hes Worked With People Like Kyteman, Matthew Johnson, Sebastian Mullaert And Colin De La Plante, Better Known As ‘the Mole, Who Is Also Present On Pittos Heist Debut With A Remix. The ‘late Night Studio Moves Ep Is One Of Varied Styles, Where Pittos Inspiration From African Music, Jazzy And Soulful Samples Becomes Evident. He Finds His ‘funk In Repetition, Clever Sample Combinations And Combining Electronic And Live Elements In The Most Organic Way. ‘late Night Studio Moves Finds Its Basic Groove In An African Percussive Loop.
As a Dutch label, we’re proud supporters of the homegrown sounds of guys like Nachtbraker, Frits Wentink and Fouk. Adding another Dutchie to our list of exquisite producers, we present you “Pitto” with his debut on Heist Recordings. Pitto is a musically omnipotent creature, venturing into deep house with the underground hit “Richklap” on Wolfskuil back in 2012 and dreamy electronic pop with his album “Breaking up the Static” on Sonar Kollektiv and Virgin. He has also moved beyond producing his own music, running “Studio Stekker”; a Dutch music festival that focused on freeform creative interactions between musicians where the artists performing on the festival locked themselves up a week in advance in Kytopia (Colin Benders’ synth paradise) to make new music together. Through this, he’s worked with people like Kyteman, Matthew Johnson, Sebastian Mullaert and Colin de la Plante, better known as ‘The Mole”, who is also present on Pitto’s Heist debut with a remix. The ‘Late night studio moves’ ep is one of varied styles, where Pitto’s inspiration from African music, jazzy and soulful samples becomes evident. He finds his ‘funk’ in repetition, clever sample combinations and combining electronic and live elements in the most organic way. ‘Late night studio moves’ finds its basic groove in an African percussive loop. Over the 9:26 minutes, the track slowly adds elements, chopped African chants and piercing synth hits. It’s all really dreamy and energetic at the same time, but it is when the bass and main keys kick in, that you really feel the euphoric vibe of the track. The Mole chose to remix this track and he turned it completely upside down, both in vibe and tempo. [txt from ]