Veteran musician and producer Eliot Lipp is gearing up to release his 9th studio album, Come To Life (Old Tacoma Records, Pretty Lights Music) in May 2016. After more than a decade living in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York (but equally home on the road), the intrepid producer returned to his roots in the Pacific Northwest before recording the album, much of which came together over a single inspired weekend.Returning home provided Lipp with new inspirations for his blend of sampledelic funk and techno inspired hiphop beats. The mossy green woods and snowy mountains of the Pacific Northwest were essential to the ambiance and texture of the sounds. The result is a digital landscape filled with beautiful analog creations.“The music I make is a soundtrack to my life,” explains Lipp. “I made this record to help me stay positive while life was being a little rough on me. I discovered a therapeutic power in music I never knew existed.” Come To Life is a musical journey all the way through. The album showcases many different musical styles, and shows off Lipp’s musicianship. “Somewhere between the instrumental hip-hop on my first records and my more recent dance floor inspired beats, I found that a certain funk in all of that remains consistent. This new album is about an awakening so I felt it was important to dig back in to my musical past for inspiration. I came back with some well rounded electronic grooves.”In anticipation of the new album, Lipp has shared the track “You Think” with L4LM! Listen to the premiere, below:With Come To Life on the horizon, Lipp will hit the road for several dates across the country with Blockhead, as well as Late Night Radio and SuperVision. Be sure to keep up at Lipp’s official website for up to date info, album news, and tour date announcements.