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Sadkarma

Sadkarma

Sadkarma


SadKarma started in 2000 as a mere duo, but worked under the name Kliniczny until 2004. At that point the duo consisted of Vesa Partti and Matti Närekangas, but when Matti decided to leave in 2003, Kliniczny became Vesa’s main sonic solo documentation and the outlet was changed to the present name, SadKarma. Multi-instrumentalist Vesa Partti is in control of compositions, but utilizes also other artists, especially the live setup features different musicians for the completion of a fresh sound. Read more on Last.fm
SadKarma started in 2000 as a mere duo, but worked under the name Kliniczny until 2004. At that point the duo consisted of Vesa Partti and Matti Närekangas, but when Matti decided to leave in 2003, Kliniczny became Vesa’s main sonic solo documentation and the outlet was changed to the present name, SadKarma. Multi-instrumentalist Vesa Partti is in control of compositions, but utilizes also other artists, especially the live setup features different musicians for the completion of a fresh sound. Vesa also reveals his talents in other constellation forms by collaborating with other bands and artists during live performances and studio sessions. Musically SadKarma is timeless and poison-free, not falling into restricted areas of any genre related forms. The instruments and the sonic environments are configured by emotions and visual sounds, creating a drifting mode from rocking ambient to improvised kraut.

The apocalypse is a strong beam in SadKarma’s thematic and epic compositions of flamboyance, but astronomical, quantum physical, occult and the forces of nature pinpoint the physick music as well. Vesa distends the tracks via his own visions, creating a short story image of each track as a paused moving picture, still rending moments and giving anteroom for the listener to contemplate. SadKarma is simply in its complex organic compound the sum of all musical chemical reactions that occur within living organisms: the catabolism of formations. 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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