Pinty has risen to considerable prominence within the South London musical community. His unmistakable style of laying down his words always connected, in a perfect symbiosis, with the mad instrumentals produced by high-profile collaborators. City Limits refers, in its sonic signature, to the unstoppable London movement of creativity, traversing hip hop, house, UKG, jazz and darker electronic sounds with ease. The six track debut on Rhythm Section International is mostly produced by DJ JD Sports (a.k.a. Archy Marshall, a.k.a. King Krule), but also invites the influences of Oliver Palfreyman, Maxwell Owin or Joe Armon-Jones. Exquisite-sounding instrumentals while Pinty delivers mind boggling word games. In trance.
Casually exploding onto the scene in 2015 with the self-released Midnight Moods mixtape, Pinty has been a transversal name in the urderground movement flowing by from London. On City Limits he shifts genres with ease and finesse, taking influence from the introspective poetry of The Streets, the twisted late night moods of friend and collaborator King Krule and the jazz-inflected bounce of production partner Maxwell Owin. The first single - “Tropical Bleu” - quickly made him the talk of the town. The other five tracks of the album will make him responsible for an underground classic, marking his graduation from local sensation to international proposition, as he prepares to fly the nest of the city that spawned him. Rhythm Section International is the rightful home for this release: City Limits is available in a limited 12’’ vinyl edition that will be an essential piece of collection for the ones following the unstoppable London vibe. Pinty takes the lead in the rat race.