Today is a special day for a humble man in Philadelphia. No, I am not talking about one of the Eagles I am talking about Joseph Torre, aka MitiS. You see, today MitiS released his first full-length album Til The End on both tastemaker imprint Seeking Blue and Born Records. Now if you have not heard the back story the short version goes as such. MitiS had a full album near completion when his computer crashed taking with it all of the work MitiS had put in. Instead of throwing in the towel the fiercely talented producer went back to the drawing board and created the 11 track work of art that he presented to fans today.
Til The End truly is an 11 track complete work of art spanning multiple genres. Future House, Drum and Bass, Chillstep, there are few realms where Mitis does not excel. You can hear all the meticulous attention to detail amongst complex melodies and the beautiful harmonies that MitiS is known for. In the days of 3 and 4 track EP’s it’s refreshing to hear a full story being told. I was going to break down each song individually but what makes MitiS so great is how his songs interact with your own personal feelings. Do yourself a favor and don’t skim through this. Take the time to sit and listen to the album from start to finish. Til The End took a long time to make and it deserves proper attention. Gun to my head right now Embers would be my favorite track but who knows, tomorrow I will be struck by the vocals in By My Side. What I do know for sure is that I was lucky enough to catch MitiS on the Til The End Tour and if you think these songs sound good at home wait till you hear them on house speakers. Listen to the album below and pick up tickets for one of the remaining tour stops HERE.
So what does music and the ‘Til The End album mean to this man?
“Everything. It’s allowed me to pour out my soul in a healthy way. It’s allowed me to grow as a person and live the dreams I’ve always dreamt growing up. I can speak how I feel in music, and have fans from all over, which we can’t communicate with a verbal language, but understand each other through a song.” – MitiS
Side Note:I did receive confirmation from the Seeking Blue team that vinyl presses are in the works, however, no date has been set on that yet.
Fan link to Til The End located in post below.