Poland’s PiMO Releases Two Electronic Tracks – ‘Pure Love’ And ‘Hunter’

PiMO is a musical artist from Warsaw Poland, and is set to release two tracks, ‘Pure Love’, and ‘Hunter’, on 25 September.

The two singles have been composed by PiMO himself, and reflect the 80s rap, and underground music he listened to as a child. Subsequently, his work is primarily electronica with a hip hop edge.

‘Hunter’, with its dreamy chord progressions and synth baselines, is an homage to the sounds of the 80s, inviting us to remember tracks such as Harold Faltermeyer‘s ‘Axel F’.
‘Pure Love’ takes its inspiration from the breakdancing scene of New York, and combines a mix of classic hip hop and electronic vibes. It’s a clever blend which expertly conveys an 80s rap feel.
Earlier in his musical career, PiMO has worked with artists such as internationally acclaimed electronic dance duo Modfunk, as well as Thrill Kill, whose work was synced with Red Bull, Moschino, and as background music on ‘90210’.
‘Pure Love’, and ‘Hunter’, will be available to stream and download on all digital distributors from 25 September. You can find out more about PiMO on his Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, and SoundCloud accounts.

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