For Pitto, music is all about sharing emotions. Following his intuition
may not have been the easiest, but surely the most rewarding path. After
international clubhits like Sexvibe and Feelin’ he chose to push the envelope and deliver an album transcending your average collection of dancefloor
Pitto never really was one to conform. He always took the freedom to investigate
uncharted roads, developing his own sound and scene along the way. Pitto’s first
releases brought a breath of fresh air to the Dutch techno scene. Both Sexvibe
(2008) and Feelin’ (2009) were embraced by the international community.
Feelin’ stood out in simplicity and originality, making it a massive chart success.
Over the years, Pitto has obtained a loyal following in The Netherlands. Taking
his musical endeavours to the stage and consistently rocking dancefloors with
a solid live show surely helped in the matter; as did his warm personality and
vigorous spirit. Initiatives like Vers Vermaak, Stekkerfest and Moodelevator are
visited and loved by many. His fans supported him in winning the Grand Prize,
one of Holland’s most prestigious music talent awards.
On Objects In A Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear (2011), Pitto displays a
mature and genre-defying sound. Working with a number of different musicians
and vocalists–and even singing on a couple of tracks himself–he has taken a bold
step towards pop music production. All eyes are set on the album tour, which
features different guest appearances and other surprises. Knowing Pitto, it’s
bound to be extraordinary.