PAJI - Venom EP

|Review|PAJI - Venom EP|

 Posted: 21/01/2016

Kittball favourite PAJI returns to the label this February bringing a pair of melodic house numbers.

Born and raised in Cologne, PAJI is a multifaceted producer who’s been combining instruments from different cultures since early childhood. Proud of his Kurdish roots, PAJI’s innovative approach to making music transposes into eclectic productions drawing inspiration from a wide array of modern, classical and traditional music. A core member of the Kittball imprint where the bulk of his productions reside, PAJI tours regularly with label founders Tube & Berger, Juliet Sikora and P.A.C.O. where he performs live combining hardware with a violin.

‘Venom’ progresses slowly as it introduces multiple layers of sound, forming a rich and sultry aesthetic before lavish strings are added to generate a prodigious piece of work. A duskier track in comparison, ‘Remedy’ eases forward with meandering bass lines and an infectious synth melody before erupting into a cacophony of percussion, pads and violin.

PAJI ‘Venom’ drops on Kittball Records on 9th February 2016.  


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