The branches of the trees were bare, a hangover from the cold winter days that seemed to roll on forever. We were quick on the approach to spring now, eagerly awaiting the soft pink of the first blossom to reveal itself. Like clockwork as the days grew warmer the colours became more vibrant and vivid; the grass a bright green and the flowers blooming in shades of blue, yellow and red. It's wonder what the outside can do for one's mind...
It's been two years since Budapest native Imre Kiss shared his solo efforts with the world. Following that release, his Strangers EP on Lobster Theremin sub-label Mörk, he makes his way to local label Dalmata Daniel for another interdimensional adventure. He joins previous artists who've graced the label - the likes of Cardopusher, DJ Overdose and Norwell - with Oimachi, the title track of which was written during a tour across Japan. Imre Kiss brings emotive notes, acid subs and tight drum work across the three original tracks, which are backed up by a remix from Den Haag's finest, Intergalactic Gary who takes the lead track into mind-expanding realms.
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