DescriptionMathias Korr swims through a vast sea of red. His spirit consists of balmy shoreline whispers. Somewhere in the shambles, music has been composed to represent the hardships of a specialized artistic force. Matthias brings the sky sirens Back To House. The filthy ruins that are draped upon the forested slopes crumble at the notion. The trees beckon their spirit helpers to return for a long, sought-after plunge into the deep. The techno overlords begin scuffling in their caverns. A new night is born and the one Matthias Korr is here to lead.
The lonesome single is joined by fiery friends. The track swoons with a synth stab. The stab represents falling stars. These are the stars that have been in the possession of the forgotten ones; the people lost in the glow; the strangers hanging in the void. This is the vibe Back To House wields. Not coincidentally, this song is the soundtrack to the premiere month of Tulipa's summertime. Dousk is the champion of the next realm. Fashioned from the heavy thoughts of midnight lurkers, his mix swells inside an enigmatic bubble. Dousk is always ready to challenge the boundaries. The uniqueness is undermined by his insatiable lust for untreatable embodiments. Luca Doobie fumes within the gusts of eerie winds. Luca has never been known to maintain the status quo, and he eradicates the constraints of human creativity and expands his mission to reach blurred lands beyond human perception. His take on Back To House is the lightning strike that fries the wire into place and sets the bar even higher.
Never one to stay silent, the fortified Matthias Korr is fresh and sturdy. His presentation for Tulipa Recordings has astounded the animals that creep throughout the gardens. More is attained once the music reaches its peak and the lands being to shift. This release rests comfortably in the watered meadows. The seared brush beneath the canopy sways with comfort as Matthias brings us effortlessly Back To House.
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