Well crafted house music from Paji 'Opus7' EP out now on Kittball


Well crafted house music from Paji 'Opus7' EP out now on Kittball

One of Kittball's most promising producers Paji returns to the German label with his fourth EP and trademark groove led house sound. Those who are familiar with Paji’s sounds already know from beautiful hymns like “Children Of Love” or his last “The Old Goods EP”, what this electronic music with using classical instruments is all about.

Classically trained musician Paji’s innovative live sets employ the use of an electric violin which he loops as he builds tracks from scratch, leading to appearances at the likes of Tomorrowland, Fete de La Musique, Bora Bora, Tresor, as well as the lauded Kittball Croatia residencies and rooftop parties. In his latest release since January’s ‘The Old Gods’ EP on Kittball the artist steps away from the string-driven sound of his previous work with two strictly electronic rollers.

After a tension-building intro ‘Opus7’ plunges in with a bass driven groove and baroque sounding arpeggios showcasing Paji’s classical music training. ‘Mandala’ is another emotive piece where broken chords make up the pulsing heart of the track to generate a tension that builds and dissipates with a fluid melody.

Paji’s ‘Opus7’ EP is available on Kittball from 23rd June.

1. Opus7
2. Mandala