Nyxyss - Memories of Dystopia flac mp3
Nyxyss Nyxyss: evocative eastern violin meets ethereal sub-textures. Nyxyss is the creative collaboration between violinist/composer Hannah Thiem (Copal/Halytha Music) and producer/DJ Haj Ji (Sub Swara/Hobo Kings). The sound is lush and compelling, exploring the melodic aspects of dubstep and cinematic IDM. Deep and evocative . Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Memories of Dystopia by Nyxyss, released 23 January 2013 1. Faxafloi (A Waltz, Assange and the Dark Sea) 2. Sunday Morning, Up All Night 3. Remembering StariMost Memories Of Dystopia, the initial offering from NY/SF-based Nyxyss (nix-iss), is set as a series of aural vignettes. The duo’s noir soundtrack paints sonic postcards that are lush, haunting, and full of dramatic tension. Memories Of Dystopia, the initial offering from NY/SF-based Nyxyss (nix-iss), is set as a series of aural vignettes. Using layered synthesis and sound design elements mixed with romantic instruments recorded live (violin, viola, cello, piano, French horn), the songs on their debut release set a mood and catch an inner sense of a place.
Memories of Dystopia. Memories of Dystopia.
Memories of Dystopia - Remembering Starimost, Sunday Morning, Up All Night, Faxafloi (a Waltz, Assange and the Dark Sea) and 3 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Count: 3. Views: 2. Memories of Dystopia tracks. Remembering Starimost. Sunday Morning, Up All Night. Faxafloi (a Waltz, Assange and the Dark Sea).
So infrequently do we find musicians producing music solely for the purpose of creation. Nyxyss’ efforts are very obviously genuine, as the pair play a carefully executed style of classically inspired electronic music with extreme attention to production detail. Cerebral and without gimmick, the music seems to only faintly acknowledge popular music at al. Thank you Andrew Poitras!
Dystopia is the final album by Dystopia. It was recorded in 2004-2005 and was released in February 2008 on Life is Abuse. The album was recorded between the years 2004 and 2005, and was released shortly after the band broke up. Lyrically, the album focuses on cynicism and paranoia developed during the internet era. Todd Kiessler - bass. Dino Sommese - vocals, drums. Matt Parrillo - guitar, vocals, artwork, sampler. Tardon Featherhead - mastering. Hans-Jürgen Burkard - photography.
Album · 2012 · 1 Song. See All. Memories of Dystopia - Single. Music for Dreams Copenhagen 2015, Vol. 2.