Eliot Lipp’s status as an electronic music pioneer is known to scene connoisseurs and weekend warriors alike. Lipp’s omnivorous tastes are apparent, from the obvious funk and myriad manifestations of hip-hop though less explicit reference points as jazz fusion, folk and techno. His well-earned reputation as a producer’s producer stems in part from his craftsmanship. Never content with well-worn breaks and effects, his work incorporates a love of analog gear with sampledelic flourishes, intricate rhythmic patterns and more than a few leftfield surprises. But his melodic instincts and tunefulness are what have earned him such wide appeal, as well as his connection to music’s storytelling possibilities, even without words.
Since his arrival on the scene, Lipp has displayed an intuitive knack for teasing melodies out of rhythmic bangers, and he draws from a remarkably mature sonic palette. These two qualities immediately set the young instrumental producer apart. Since his promising debut, Lipp has played to his strengths while creating an imposing body of work with a style uniquely his own.
Eliot Lipp, out of New York, is Pretty Lights Music’s latest addition to a line up that already houses Michal Menert, Break Science, Paper Diamond, Gramatik, Paul Basic, Supervision and Pretty Lights himself. Wasting no time, the label has released the new single from his upcoming album “Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake” for free (what else do expect from Pretty Lights?). You can download that song directly by clicking here, or head over to the Pretty Lights Music label website. Additionally, we’ve put some of his SoundCloud tunes below for your pleasure and convenience. Happy listening!