A further step into the evolution into the folktronica sound, an interlacing of classic Celtic melodies with intricate frame drumming…
Spundose is back with ‘Envoy’; a truly alluring glitch-hop album with the ability transport listeners into a realm further out than we are. Spundose has us convinced he is a messenger for foreign-to-earth things that are created (or communicated) by layers of immaculate synthesizing. The sonic textures that bud from this New York native are funky, deep, beautiful; and undoubtedly perplexing.
Release June 5, 2018 by Street RItual
Take a dip into a whirling nebula of seraphic instrumentals, ephemeral jazz melodies and animated percussion in Sleepy Koala’s 2018…
The final installment in the Liquid Bloom Re:Generations series comes courtesy of Bay Area percussionist Scott Sterling. A longtime collaborator of Desert Dwellers, and…
Bunches of tunes just dropped on Amon Tobin’s Soundcloud page. By that, we mean The Beautiful (16 tracks), The Stomps…
Featuring SOOHAN, Patrick D, and a collab with Justin Terranova, PRIMAL is an exploration in sounds from Tuva, Bulgaria, South East…
Mindex has always had a flair for gradual evolution in sound design, but his newest collection of work firmly reminds…
In any moment you have the choice to renew yourself. Anything is Possible.
ATYYA – pronounced [ Ah-Tie-Ah ] is the musical project of Tyy Clark. Tyy combines his boundless passion for music with an array of multi-instrumentalism from Hip Hop, Jazz to World, with 13 years of electronic music production to formulate the illustrious sound of ATYYA. The music of ATYYA features deep alluring basslines, mesmerizing percussive grooves, heart touching melodies, vast ethereal atmospheres, & raw sounds from our earth, which are synergistically breathing & merging into endlessly unfolding sonic fractals. The Primary intention of the music of ATYYA is to connect the recipient to the feeling of profound happiness, boundless love, and ecstatic celebration for the gift of life we all share.
Released Sept. 25, 2018
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