Elements from all parts of the globe come together to create multi-textured, 3-dimensional music that makes the body move – and makes the spirit soar. In addition to being the featured musical artist at high-profile events such as the 2005 & 2006 Dennis Quaid Charity Classics, Exstus created music for the video game Devastation Zone Troopers, composed the score for the Gaia Bonsignore movie “The Hallway” and has performed shows with accomplished artists including DJ Rap, Sandra Collins, Neptune and Govinda. Exstus has also been a featured artist on a number of online radio stations such as SomaFM, Calmscape & Liquid Lounge, as well as having received airplay on radio stations in Austin and other areas. Hailing from Austin Texas, Exstus has two incarnations: a studio/production form and a live performance form. In the studio, Exstus is Bart Landry from beginning to end - from composition through final production.
Having played and produced music for 20 years, Bart is on a mission: to combine his diverse experiences and influences into one solid, cohesive package. Live, Exstus is Bart Landry performing original Exstus material and improvising live jazz/flamenco guitar over selected tracks, accompanied by compelling visuals, performance art and/or bellydancing. Begun in 2001, Exstus brings you a sound that is dynamic, highly danceable, and super-phat! Current focus is on the booking of live events and festivals as well as promotion of the newly released CD Vibrational Energy. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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