Following the success of "Niwa", his album for Joris Voorn's Green imprint and riding the constant wave of support for his productions on Music Man, Freerange, CLR, Versatile and of course his very own Perspectiv imprint, Ripperton looks to continue and further his reign as one of the most respected producers in the business with the release of "Lost In Colours", a mini-album with four new original Ripperton productions and remixes by Robert Babicz, Petar Dundov and Max Cooper.
"Lost In Colors (Tobias Welcome Song)" with its tear-like droplets and orchestral melody is the perfect opening act. The smooth vocal and warm acid line of "I Haven't Seen Much" follows, backed by the epic techno outing that is "Farraway." The originals are rounded off with the dramatic percussive cut, "Flume." Ripperton's complete package of Originals is backed by a selection of remixes from a Trio of producers who could easily be described as musical soul mates of the Swiss. Whilst the uncompromising perfectionists that are Robert Babicz and Peter Dundov rework "Lost In Colors" and "Farraway", the brightest talent of 2011, Max Cooper revisits Ripperton's debut release for Systematic, "A Ski Lift Upstairs The Sleeping City".