Lost In Lindos

by Tarjei Nygård

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Norwegian artist Tarjei Nygård first touched on the ESP Institute spectrum in 2016 with a limited red flexidisc of 'Bleusa' that accompanied issue 21 of New York City’s Love Injection fanzine, and since then, his poetic music has been a staple in our arsenal (especially during Summer), for its ability to effectively direct moods is second to none. Across the four tracks on this debut EP, Tarjei paints quite viscerally using the most fundamental of tools — melodic and rhythmic hooks — and as obvious as this may sound on paper, its his deliberate approach to songwriting that brings these productions to life. 'Bleusa' is literally dripping with a sense fantasy and adventure — island pads, golden bent notes, even a cameo bird-call from the infamous Acid House loon — yet Tarjei exhibits a mature level of restraint, a highly sophisticated sleaze recognizable to refined pleasure-seekers. 'Forus Echo' furthers this notion but expands into full-blown rapids of ecstasy, rolling over soft-thumping percussion that mimics the human heart while smothering the listener in euphoric waves of pads and delays. Side B shifts us from the melodic dynamic heard thus far over to a strong rhythmic palette, not acknowledging any specific reference point but loosely hearkening back to early-era turntablism, the demented title track 'Lost In Lindos' is a aquatic beat thats both deep and buoyant, the type of liquid tool that works at any BPM. 'Øylie' closes the EP with a signature ESP vibe that has us lying on our backs, drawing finger pictures in the opium smoke above, feeling the warm embrace of collective consciousness while telepathically harmonizing our plans for a bright utopian future.


released January 18, 2019


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