After long and hot days of recording in the summer, Lipp finally got the break he was looking for. His work (the same tracks that were rejected by the club-goers of Chicago) found their way into the hands of Scott Herren ( Warp Records ) and Savath+Savalas ( Hefty Records ), or better known as Prefuse 73 . [1] Herren loved Lipp’s work and happily signed him onto his Eastern Developments record label in November 2004.

He recently released his 7th album "Funeral Balloons." Filled with 12 new cuts of layered goodness, his new album brings the people what they have grown to expect from the seasoned beat maker in his prime!

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