A twenty year break away from making music is almost unheard of especially within electronic music circles, but that is where Antenna Happy finds himself with Pinto.
Clocking in at 9.09 Pinto draws from psychedelia and techno set straight for the sun. This kaleidoscopic sonic excursion has all the makings of a cult classic, and heads up the debut 12” release on newly founded imprint Reinhardt Records.
Taking lead on the b-side an entirely different affair in the shape of Fallen. This is benchmark electronic music, as arpeggiators take flight mirrored against hypnotic acid bass, for a journey into the outer house territories.
Closing the EP, Spark holds the reigns. Conceived within the same stretch as Pinto, however it wasn't until some months later that Spark took on its full form. Emotive modular synths lay the groundwork, connecting the dots between low-slung techno and house music, culminating in a track that sits in neither genre camp. Spark will appear on the digital release only.
The EP title track takes its name and inspiration from paintings by Antenna Happy's three-year-old daughter, whose birth inspired him to return to making music. Close-ups of these paintings can be seen in the artwork for the release.