Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Nomad & multi-instrumentalist Kayobe releases mystical new album

Self-proclaimed Nomad Kayobe has just released his Islands to Bridges album, and it is truly a pleasure to the ear! Featuring elements of chill wave and deep house within each track, he manages to create a unique world in each of his songs with his elixir of electronic and mystical and ambient textures. He has previously mentioned that his music is inspired by his worldwide travels and experiences, and we have no doubts about that. His sound is ever-changing and transformative.

Music blog SubScape adds their view on the album, Kayobe is a self-taught sound engineer, teaching himself the tricks of the trade and creating his unique sound in the process. The entire album carries chillwave and deep house characteristics, however, each song differs in mood, texture, and energy. The album overall presents an ambient flow that is easy on the ear and mind.

Kayobe explains the deeper meaning album, “Islands to Bridges was written and recorded on three different continents and was inspired by the sights and sounds around me. There were phases during the creation of this album when I was feeling more solitary (islands), and phases when I was feeling compelled to connect more deeply with others (bridges). There are more energetic party tracks, and more subdued chillout tracks – I hope they take you on a journey from wherever you are to wherever you want to be.”

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