DescriptionUnderneath the passionless trails of salivating, greed-stricken travelers rests the Casseopaya duo. Molded by the courage of the electronic forefathers, these two journeymen balk at the notion of rootless and irresponsible music. Rather than indulging in the common banter, Casseopaya instead plant the seeds needed to cultivate the most fruitful creation. Nearby the Tulipa landscope grows The Bahai Gardens. The trees stretch toward the curtained sky and twist furiously into its blue drapery.
The opening number is Haifa, which distinctly resembles an auditory gypsy bathing in a pool of uncertainty. It is not hard to fathom the direction the duo leads the listener in as rapidly firing guitar plucks encircle the field like magnetic fireflies bouncing through the countryside. Bayonne slides onto the scene during the paranormal hour. This second song sings for the techno spirits hovering above the pixelated forest canopy. Here is a true ode to midnight fortitude. Limassol is the brave concluder and the illuminated attraction glowing from behind the branches. Both aestetically pleasureful and masterfully scripted, this sophicated tech-house magnifier is a lovingly deep finale that sends sparks flying high above The Bahai Gardens. The illness plaguing the winderness retreats and the shallow embellishments disinigrate in the wind.
Between the warped vines and the thorny hillsides a new path is blazed in the likeness of illustriuous dreams. Casseopaya are closely involved with the Tulipa Recordings culture and they thrive like freshly orchestrated flowers. After expanding outward and lurching toward vibrant energies, Casseopaya steps back to admire their seamless compositions as they begin to melt into the sunset.
2013 Tulipa Recordings http://www.tuliparecordings.com Artwork by Hanna Mese 'Meshe' Words by Summer (Brendon Collins)