With a trail of club-worn bodies left in his wake since his debut Lobster Theremin EP, closely followed by huge slabs for Shall Not Fade and Unknown To The Unknown, TRP joins the Mörk clan with four tough and ethereal modern classics in his crunchy house-techno hybrid production style.
The heavily swung, skippy & raw peak timer, The Future, hammers into view with scorched drum-lines rioting over a dystopian city-wide call from a tyrant mayor and minor 7th diving pads. Full lockdown in 2017.
The A-side eases off with the deeper, tender cut Raindrop Shape. Infused with a sweeter, softer touch of synth hand. Slowly directing small objects and ducks along the surface of the bath, bubbles popping and latching to the flotsam, toes tickling the end of the tap. A day-dreamers delight.
Another TRP archive dig comes forth in the shape of M7. A fictional motorway drive-time cut. Empty 4am lanes, fog lights, tape decks and in-car smoking. One for French airport transfers in small hatchbacks laced with an edge of post-club insomnia.
Closing out the whole is dusty, organic drum-banger Highjacked. Coming on in two layers - low-passed drum rumblings and twinkling, wandering proto-keys - and rolling upwards and outwards into a beaming, acid-grumbling floor-botherer. Knackered, rough and way-too-long-after-closing house music for lock-ins.
released April 14, 2017
Production & arrangement by TRP
Mastered at Ten Eight Seven
Photograph courtesy of Winkler
Design & Creative Direction by cm-dp & JA