TRP had little regard for his surroundings when he unleashed 2016’s Pano EP. A cacophony of heavy beats and scratchy synth work left no one in doubt that TRP doesn’t sit around sipping tea and eating scones. That said TRP’s music should not be confused with your average techno banger. There is a subtly and nuance that on occasion is more house music than it is techno. Take Pano for example, where a thoughtful spoken word sample splits what is otherwise a pounding techno beast. TRP is punishing techno beats and rhythms meld seamlessly with house type chords and pads.