Posts Tagged ‘Awir Leon’

October 6, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 10.03.2016

Featured music – October 3rd, 2016

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October 4, 2016

Dutch artist and producer Awir Leon is also a member of UNNO, but lately, he’s been delivering some phenomenal experimental solo music. Just watch this mesmeric music video for Maybe We Land and lose yourself in the skittering beats, intricate texture, and meditative vocals of the song. Maybe We Land’s unique video was shot in Tel Aviv by a camera strapped to a skateboard, a fresh and innovative perspective indeed. Maybe We Land and its creative visuals is the second in a triptych video singles series leading up to Awir Leon’s forthcoming debut LP, Giants, due out October 14th via Nowaday Records. His pensive crooning on the song remind me of Deptford Goth, SOHN, and Until The Ribbon Breaks, but surrounded by a finespun stirring, restless shuffling soundscape. Both video and song are a truly mesmeric experience. “Maybe we land”, but until then, we’re pushed and pulled, blown and whisked all across a night sky by this blustering tune, weightless and unbalanced until the last note drops. Pre-order Awir Leon’s Giants LP or purchase Maybe We Land as a single from iTunes.

July 6, 2016
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MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 07.04.2016

Featured music – July 4th, 2016

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July 4, 2016
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Awir Leon is a Dutch artist and producer who’s also known for being a member of UNNO. He makes a striking solo statement with Sitting So High, whose minimalist soundscape evokes the gospel imbued post-dubstep of early James Blake with a touch of Hundred Waters’ mystique and some of SOHN’s dark splendor.  Sitting So High is haunting, its idiosyncratic stuttering and intensive crescendos a spiritual journey and near out of body experience. Watch Awir Leon’s music video for Sitting So High below and purchase the single from various outlets, here.