Life coach kitteh explores your personality
Life coach kitteh says:
“Someone called ‘Proust’ went on about a personality questionnaire which revealed your true self. I have improved it as it’s not 1892 any more grandad. Here are the questions which C-Tel has answered to reveal his true nature.
1. Kittehs or puppehs? Kittehs
2. Lethal injection or electric chair? Comfy chair
3. What is your favourite thing about the 14th century aside from crop rotation? The invention of knitting
4. Who and why? Mr Knit. Because he wanted a scarf.
5. What is your memory exactly equi-distant between your earliest and latest memories? Hazy, floating, MAN DOWN! Whirr. Ack ack ack!
6. Freud or Jung? (ALL kittehs are Jungians) Jung. Obvs.
7. If you had to eat something, what would it be? Tuna sandwich. Galaxy bar. Coffee. Nice. (The adjective not the biscuit).
8. Are you hungry? Yes
9. Why don’t you eat something? Need a packet of Nice. (Still the adjective).
I haven’t bothered reading your results but I can confirm that you are a hungry introvert.
Everyone else…what are your answers to my questionnaire?”
I do love the combination of deep bass line and uplifting melody. And Howl Sound’s Tipping Point has both of these attributes in spades. It’s listed as tech house but it’s much more engaging than that genre would usually imply. There’s a coolness to the bass and a tingling excitement to the melody.
We first met Howl Sound at Shambhala Music Festival in 2015, where they played an unreal set at the Amphitheatre. Fast-forward just one year, and we’re proud to present Howl Sound’s Tipping Point EP as Night Vision’s 14th release.
Tipping Point is an emotional, brooding ballad. Ghostly leads give way to deep, droning basslines and euphoric melodies. It’s the type of song that sucks you in, draws out your feelings, and hits you right in your chest. It’s a surefire winner for late night sets and closing moments.
Shuttle is a dark, warehouse thumper. It builds tension throughout, keeping things moving with subtle melodies and pads. Perfect for those late nights spent dancing in the summer.