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Arushi Jain // Under the Lilac Sky TAPE

Arushi Jain // Under the Lilac Sky TAPE

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The latest work released by Leaving Records in July 2021 by Arushi Jain, a modular player from India and living in San Francisco.Includes 7 ambient raga songs, 6 ​​minutes, with synth and voice as the main source. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for details /// Click here to see more Leaving Records / Stones Throw releases available at Tobira. 

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Note from Arushi:

"This is a really sensitive time for my people, and since my music is a celebration of Indian culture I want to use this opportunity to create some empathy for our loss. I urge the international music community to use this release to educate, spread awareness, and explicitly encourage donations to the following organizations from their peers. linktr.ee/arushi_india_relief"

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Description by Leaving Records:

"Leaving Records presents Under the Lilac Sky, the debut LP by Arushi Jain, an India-born, US-residing composer, modular synthesist, vocalist, technologist, and engineer. At six songs spanning 48 minutes of ambient synth ragas intended to be heard Jain states, “You know that moment when the sun is bidding farewell to the sky, and the colors turn into beautiful hues of purple and pink and everything. in between? That is the moment that this album will shine the most. The deeper you listen, the more shades you'll see. ”

Jain's work focuses on reinterpreting traditional Indian classical music through the lens of electronic instrumentation. She re-contextualizes ancient sounds in a modern framework, carrying The torch of electronic luminaries such as Suzanne Ciani and Terry Riley while pursuing personal explorations of her musical heritage and upbringing. Under the Lilac Sky is a cinematic statement of intent, an album that reverently nods to Jain's musical history while presenting a bold sonic point of view. Jain states, “This album is the coming together of two distinct cultures of Hindustani classical and modular synthesizers representing the two parts of me that evolved into one whole in between my time in India and California”

Voice is emphasized as an essential element of the album, not just for the lyrics or the melodies but also as a source of texture. It is most recognizable when Jain sings aalaaps or sargam of the different ragas the songs are composed in, however her voice Jain, who spent her childhood studying indian classical as a vocalist says, “At any given point, there is at least one layer in the record that carries my voice. The human voice. is powerful and unique to every individual. My voice is unique to me, so I decided it should be present at all times even if it's unrecognizable. ”

Another core theme of Under the Lilac Sky is the time of day, and the role it plays in influencing how one interacts with the music. “Intrinsic to Indian classical music is the concept of Time and Seasonality. For each raga, there is a specific It harkens to the question of when the environment around you is most in tune with your own sound and breath, and how it supports you in realizing your vision. This album is meant to be an ode to those timely rituals, and is best heard while you take a moment to do what you love. ”

Jain's exploratory musical ethos finds a like-minded home within Leaving Records' “All Genre” philosophy. Jain is acutely aware of her role as a composer and modular synthesist reinterpreting a historical art form. music I compose is inspired by a centuries old tradition, yet aestheticized in a novel way, using the tools and technical innovations of analog synth movements. My art is crafted using machines that I've slowly fallen in love with and made my own. ”
 

Artist: arushi jain

Label: Leaving Records

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The latest work released by Leaving Records in July 2021 by Arushi Jain, a modular player from India and living in San Francisco.Includes 7 ambient raga songs, 6 ​​minutes, with synth and voice as the main source. DL code included.

Labels and other worksClick here for details /// Click here to see more Leaving Records / Stones Throw releases available at Tobira. 

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Note from Arushi:

"This is a really sensitive time for my people, and since my music is a celebration of Indian culture I want to use this opportunity to create some empathy for our loss. I urge the international music community to use this release to educate, spread awareness, and explicitly encourage donations to the following organizations from their peers. linktr.ee/arushi_india_relief"

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Description by Leaving Records:

"Leaving Records presents Under the Lilac Sky, the debut LP by Arushi Jain, an India-born, US-residing composer, modular synthesist, vocalist, technologist, and engineer. At six songs spanning 48 minutes of ambient synth ragas intended to be heard Jain states, “You know that moment when the sun is bidding farewell to the sky, and the colors turn into beautiful hues of purple and pink and everything. in between? That is the moment that this album will shine the most. The deeper you listen, the more shades you'll see. ”

Jain's work focuses on reinterpreting traditional Indian classical music through the lens of electronic instrumentation. She re-contextualizes ancient sounds in a modern framework, carrying The torch of electronic luminaries such as Suzanne Ciani and Terry Riley while pursuing personal explorations of her musical heritage and upbringing. Under the Lilac Sky is a cinematic statement of intent, an album that reverently nods to Jain's musical history while presenting a bold sonic point of view. Jain states, “This album is the coming together of two distinct cultures of Hindustani classical and modular synthesizers representing the two parts of me that evolved into one whole in between my time in India and California”

Voice is emphasized as an essential element of the album, not just for the lyrics or the melodies but also as a source of texture. It is most recognizable when Jain sings aalaaps or sargam of the different ragas the songs are composed in, however her voice Jain, who spent her childhood studying indian classical as a vocalist says, “At any given point, there is at least one layer in the record that carries my voice. The human voice. is powerful and unique to every individual. My voice is unique to me, so I decided it should be present at all times even if it's unrecognizable. ”

Another core theme of Under the Lilac Sky is the time of day, and the role it plays in influencing how one interacts with the music. “Intrinsic to Indian classical music is the concept of Time and Seasonality. For each raga, there is a specific It harkens to the question of when the environment around you is most in tune with your own sound and breath, and how it supports you in realizing your vision. This album is meant to be an ode to those timely rituals, and is best heard while you take a moment to do what you love. ”

Jain's exploratory musical ethos finds a like-minded home within Leaving Records' “All Genre” philosophy. Jain is acutely aware of her role as a composer and modular synthesist reinterpreting a historical art form. music I compose is inspired by a centuries old tradition, yet aestheticized in a novel way, using the tools and technical innovations of analog synth movements. My art is crafted using machines that I've slowly fallen in love with and made my own. ”
 

Artist: arushi jain

Label: Leaving Records