MitiS returned this week with his first multi-track release since his sophomore album ‘Lost,’ in 2021. The Together EP is a three-track collection of eclectic energy ranging from synth-pop-inspired melodies to […]
MitiS returned this week with his first multi-track release since his sophomore album ‘Lost,’ in 2021. The Together EP is a three-track collection of eclectic energy ranging from synth-pop-inspired melodies to hardcore, bone-shattering sound design. Together ties a multitude of styles into a unique project with a delicate touch. The EP, out now through Seven Lions’ Ophelia label, feels perfectly refreshing as crisp fall air descends on us all.
MitiS recruited dubstep maestro Ray Volpe as a collaborator on the project’s opening track, “Don’t Look Down.” Featured on the effort is Linney; her ethereal vocals, accompanied by acoustic elements and rising electronic melodies, introduce the EP with unmatched elegance. Ray Volpe leaves his mark on the track by creating hard-hitting bass lines and satisfying rhythms that perfectly meld with Mitis’. “Don’t Look Down” is an excellent introduction to the project and sets the stage for some epic tracks to follow.
On the second entry of the Together EP, MitiS recruited future-bass powerhouse Amidy. Amidy is fresh off his heartwarming, closing-night Lost Lands 2022 performance on the Subsidia stage and showcases his signature emotional builds and a lyrical focus on “It’s All You.” The track clashes in just the right ways with the EP’s first entry by delving further into cascading compositions of melodic bass elements than the former.
The opening tracks of the EP set the stage for its epic finale, “Youth,” alongside Ophelia-favorite Crystal Skies. With nothing left to prove, “Youth” leans into the melodic future bass elements introduced in “It’s All You.” It steps things up to another level with a layered approach that will leave your jaw on the floor. Echoing and vast in its approach, the closing track of the Together EP sets the tone for the MitiS project as whole. It leaves a pleasant feeling about the EP lingering long after it’s been played.
We can’t wait to catch MitiS on tour, as he is hitting tons of major cities across the country to close out 2022 like Philadelphia for Hijinx festival and Washington D.C. at its massive fan-favorite venue Echostage.
We loShowcasing major collaborators and a variety of electronic genres, we couldn’t be happier with the new EP. You can listen to Together below, and check out our socials linked at the bottom of the page to let us know what you think of MitiS’ latest release!