Posts Tagged ‘Daruma’

October 28, 2016
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The ever-open-minded Orygin is back with a future trap song “Eyes Divided”. The song is about seeing things from a new perspective. When it begins I feel like I’m in a dojo meditating by myself. Then something inside me is awaken. I actually first listened to the track while I was working out and it transported me inside a glitching matrix of a dojo. It helped me focus in. This track is featured in Daruma Vol 9. Check out other great tracks on https://soundcloud.com/oryginmusic and who knows, He may even be opening for Lido next week in SF.

May 3, 2016
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San Francisco producer Andrew Luce previously teamed up with East Coast singer Chelsea Cutler on a bewitching future bass and chill trap song named When To Love You. They team up anew on a gorgeous new original named Up To You, but this time along, they also bring along Hawaiian production act graves. Together, the trio deliver a cool and airy pool of progressive pop, future bass, and indie dance. Up To You, which debuts under new collective Daruma, is sprightly ethereal, a moonlit twinkler with honeydew vocals. Purchase the wistful gem from various outlets, here.