DescriptionThe musical magician Zig Wolf sets his defenses aside and jets forth into the wild blue void. Trained in auditory ballistics, Zig is prone to catch glimpses of atomic suns setting on a post-apocalyptic horizon. The future is here and the trees are twisting about with broken fortitude. Simple / Damn becomes the soundtrack to the hopeless minds trekking the crimson deserts of this isolated paradise.
The heads come home as Simple sears a hole brightly into the atmosphere like burning magnesium. This effulgent techno masterpiece grins from within and manipulates a freeform structure that twists like a Double Helix. Nigel Richards grasps the light trails of Simple and bends it into his own transitional piece full of puzzled syncopation and nostalgic whims. His mix punches and swells with numeric pride. Zig Wolf summons the demons of the night and launches Damn into the electric fog like a blazing arrow piercing a charcoal cave. This second original reaches outward with its pixelated tentacles and squeezes the listener with unpredicted strength. Petar Cvetkovic's interpretation of Damn adds a subtle sublimeness that glows eerily in the smoky evening. Deeper and more reptilian, Petar's remix swoons for the well-wishers lurking in the forest. Maestro Swyft closes the Simple / Damn release with his elixir-like version that is potent enough to heal a fuzzy crowd. The synths and drive take the forefront and this mix reflects his ever-growing talent as an enriched producer.
Tears run through towns and shore fires illuminate lakes. Below cascading falls, Zig Wolf stands proudly with Simple / Damn. The gardens of Tulipa Recordings have catered to this lauded individual and his musical adventures will forever fuel the orbs surrounding the gates. The birds cry in unison and Tulipa extends a warm hard forward.
2013 Tulipa Recordings http://www.tuliparecordings.com Artwork by Hanna Mese 'Meshe' Words by Summer (Brendon Collins)