Kito Jempere returns with an album full of international artists. Working with such producers as Jimi Tenor, Wolfram, Hard Ton, Lipelis, Rich Thair (Red Snapper), Ruf Dug, Cedric Gasaida (Azari & III) and many more, he presents his third LP.
Kito, after releases with DFA, Lo Recordings, Bordello A Parigi, Hell Yeah and Duca Bianco, acts as curator instead of director, forming a worldwide meeting, crossing borders and genres, with remixes by artists like Samo DJ, Lipelis, Cable Toy, and many more, making an album that has to be listened to carefully from beginning to end.
In this combinatorial we are offered a sinuous collection of mantras projected in light, silver dust and darkness. This last reference consolidates the trajectory of some producers who do not lack notable virtues. Its energetic sound makes us go beyond the limits of musical and metaphysical genres, taking us to a unique place.
All these themes converge, to combine an album as experimental as intense and addictive, which takes over oneself like a sweet poison, while progressively transporting us, as few producers with a certain fluidity are willing to do, condensing two ideas that seemed to We were not going to recover: future and permanence