What you’re about to witness is definitely out of the ordinary for what’s the norm here at Ganjaology. All though our focus is generally bass music, sometimes we’ll put up a little surprise and step outside the box. What we’ve got for you today is an absolutely incredible video of the electronic producer, and classical pianist extraordinaire, Arnold Kasar, performing his song En Automne live at Emil Berliner Studios. Armed with just a sequencer and a Steinway grand piano, Kasar brings a beautifully crafted sound unlike any other to the speakers of the world. Kasar just released a new album, The Piano Has Been Smoking, through Fabrique Records, who will be celebrating their 10 year anniversary of existence this fall, so be sure to so him some love, enhance your musical library, and awe all your friends with 5 of the most uncategorizable and downright amazing songs of 2012. Kasar, you’re definitely on our radar! Fabrique, early congrats on your 10 year anniversary!
Big shout out to Lukasz Polowczyk with initialslp.com for introducing this wonderful artist to Ganjaology.
I think Berlin may be the next “I have to go here!!!” destination on my travel list. After traveling with my homie, Saar, who lives in Berlin, and hearing all of the glorious stories of the nightlife at clubs that never close, enough art galleries to lose yourself in for a lifetime, and some of the moste beautiful women on the face of the planet, I’ve oficially picked my 2013 New Years destination. To top it all off, Berlin is home to one of the most explosive artists involved with the worldwide bass scene. Yes, I’m talking about Doshy. Check the previews of his new tues Get Started and DCU. Could the bass hit any harder!? Maybe if he wanted to give everyone permanent hearing damage he could bump the levels up a little bit…enjoy these ones, we’re looking forward to the release!