After spending the latter half of the 2000s cutting his teeth in the music industry as one half of Robosonic, LA-based producer Sacha Robotti has spent the last decade on a solo tip, cranking out colourful and vibrant house music. However, for his next release he's teamed up with Boston producer and multi-instrumentalist Steve Darko for new EP Whistle Tippin.
First track out of the gates is "The Inside", a slippery and energetic feet-mover with a bit more of a techno influence than past outings, but still packed with deep grooves and plenty of bass. The rest of the three-track release features the title track and "Eliminate", a darker club track produced with Robotti's good friend and collaborator, L.A producer JTJ.
Speaking with Complex via email, Robotti told us: "I'm very excited about this third release on my label Slothacid! It's a collab with Steve Darko who I'm a huge fan of. We worked on two tracks together and are joined by my production buddy JTJ on the third. "The Inside" is the dark passenger of this EP, it started off as Steve‘s idea of a more techy roller with kind of psychotic vocals and a more alarming vibe than the two other originals. We kicked the project back and forth a few times until we had the final result you can hear! Hope you enjoy!"
"The Inside" is taken from Robotti and Darko's upcoming EP, Whistle Tippin, which drops February 7 via Robotti's Slothacid label.