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Dysnomia

by Dawn of Midi

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polinos Mesmerizing minimalist music in a cathegory all its own. From seemingly simple building blocks, Dawn of Midi constructs intricate tapestries of sound, that grips the listener and does not let go before the music is over.
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freejazzy In the beginning this music raises a lot of urgent questions. Where is beat one? What metric are we in? What is the underlying algorithm? But listening to the music these questions slowly fade away and you join the musicians somewhere. Thanks for having us with you. Those who fancy the ride may also give Nik Bärtsch's Ronin a try. Favorite track: Io.
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1.
Io 06:03
2.
Sinope 06:52
3.
Atlas 06:37
4.
Nix 03:38
5.
Moon 05:04
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Ymir 04:26
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Ijiraq 05:22
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Algol 04:16
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Dysnomia 04:13

about

What people are saying about Dysnomia :

" Something totally unprecedented " - Pitchfork

" Stellar...at a loss for words " - SPIN

" Sounds like something completely different " - NPR

" Perverse in a good way " - The New York Times

" Seriously never seen anything like these guys...favorite thing in years " - Jad Abumrad, Radiolab

" Cannot urge you more strongly: go see Dawn of Midi " - Sasha Frere-Jones, The New Yorker

" Moving and addictive...a feat of innovation " - Interview Magazine

" An unplugged translation of contemporary electronica...state-of-the-art. " - Time Out NY

" It sounds like nothing else right now " - The Guardian

" A mysterious, vital sound with a pull all its own " - Los Angeles Times

" A work of lunatic genius " - The Village Voice

credits

released May 26, 2015

Aakaash Israni - Bass
Amino Belyamani - Piano
Qasim Naqvi - Drums

Composed by Amino Belyamani and Aakaash Israni
Recorded live to 2 inch tape by Henry Hirsch at Waterfront Studios
Assistant Engineer: Rachel Alina
Mixed by Rusty Santos
Mastered by Simon Davey at The Exchange
Cover photo by Fabian Oefner
Designed by Bernd Kuchenbeiser

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Dawn of Midi Brooklyn, New York

Music to dance to, with or without shoes.

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