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Skytree

Skytree

Skytree


"Skytree is Evan Snyder from Minnesota, USA. He started recording music at the age of 15, after the loan of a beaten Tascam tape deck cracked open the world of multi-track recording. Rough mix tapes followed, looping degraded swatches of guitar and keys over cheap drum machines. The Skytree name found its way onto mixes by accident, yet remained, suggesting a sound both old and new, at once rooted in the Earth and lost in the clouds. In the years hence Read more on Last.fm
"Skytree is Evan Snyder from Minnesota, USA. He started recording music at the age of 15, after the loan of a beaten Tascam tape deck cracked open the world of multi-track recording. Rough mix tapes followed, looping degraded swatches of guitar and keys over cheap drum machines. The Skytree name found its way onto mixes by accident, yet remained, suggesting a sound both old and new, at once rooted in the Earth and lost in the clouds. In the years hence, the Skytree name has appeared on half a dozen EPs and albums through several labels, compilations shared with the likes of Christ.

(ex-Boards of Canada), Bassnectar, Meat Beat Manifesto, Thievery Corporation, Omega, Mimi Page and GoldRush, as well as two remix albums for jam-band kings Lotus, podcasts such as Solipsistic Nation and Digital::Nimbus, and an upcoming music video with illusionary dancer David Elsewhere. Live, Skytree has shared bills with bass masters Reid Speed, Freddy Todd, GRiZ, Tipper, Billy Blacklight and Bird of Prey, among others, with many more to come. Skytree will be releasing a new album in 2011, following his critically acclaimed Hyphae, '...the kind of album you’d hope to find packed in your storm tent, particularly if you were without company and wanted something cinematic on standby (try “North Shore Cecropia” and its Apocalypse Now opening, Vietnam replaced with stellar fog). Even the remixes at the end touch on what you’d want to hear if you were alone in the wilds—affirming bleeps, natural reed organs, but with sufficient machines to remind you that human beings made this'. - Cokemachineglow.com" Read more on Last.fm.

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