The French impressionist Maurice Ravel once said, „Music should be emotional first and intellectual second.” This sentiment is at the core of Frankfurt-based Rittik Wystup’s compositions and productions. Harmonies resembling more of an excerpt of contemporary film music or impressionism of the 20th century shape one of the four pillars of Wystup’s music – the other three being prevailing melodies, a refreshing take on sound design, and rhythms that are monotonous, yet stimulating without being dull.
Countless performances as a DJ, especially in the electronic music scene of Cambridge (UK), have encouraged the young German to be proficient, versatile, and an expert in creating a pleasant, warm, and hearty atmosphere.
Dive into a sonic exploration which reaches beyond the standards of the four-to-the-floor (or five-to-the-floor, three-to-the-four, straight-to-the-core) formula, manifesting in cascading streams of playfully but intelligently arranged elements. Don’t quiver, just cavort…