After announcing his biggest career move yet with a new label, EP and tour, Sacha Robotti is full on inspiration. Now, the second single from his forthcoming Welcome to Slothacid EP dropped and it is solidifying the hype around his new Slothacid Records imprint.
“Forget Tomorrow” is a collaboration with LA-based duo tau0n, featuring both their synths and voices. The smooth techno track takes cues from the EP’s first single “Tail Of A Siren”, but is a solid demonstration of Robotti’s flexibility as an artist and ability to add a new dynamic to the scene. “Forget Tomorrow” slows down a bit but it keeps you bouncing as delicate vocals dance over the deep and creative beat.
Robotti has called “Forget Tomorrow”, “an ode to the power of now.”
Listen to “Forget Tomorrow”:
“Scott & Anais from tau0n have been my friends for a couple of years in LA, and ever since we met we’ve been working together creatively on music, videos and throwing parties. “Forget Tomorrow” and the music video made last minute in connection with the song, are our two most current projects. I’m super excited to share all this with you and also crossing my fingers for tau0n’s future!” – Sacha Robotti
Welcome to Slothacid drops on August 30. Joining “Tail Of A Siren” and “Forget Tomorrow” are “Generator” and “Miles From Home,” which will certainly cement this as standout release on a label that pushes the boundaries of the scene.
Photo via Christina Boemio
Once the dust around the EP has settled, Sacha will hit the road for his 25-stop Welcome To Slothacid: An Open To Close Trip tour including a set at Insomniac’s Nocturnal Wonderland on September 15. Robotti will take control of the decks from open to close at every show on the tour, inviting fans to experience the Sacha Robotti sound in a brand new, fully immersive way.
The tour kicks off September 13 in Detroit and six cities have yet to be announced. Welcome To Slothacid: An Open To Close Trip tickets are on sale now. Before you go check out more of Sacha Robotti’s work.
Listen to ‘Tail of a Siren’ via Slothacid Records: