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Textural Being

Textural Being

Textural Being


Sage Taylor, aka Textural Being, is an Ambient and Techno Producer hailing from the northwestern city of Portland, Oregon, US. For over ten years he's consistently produced bedroom electronica under a number of various aliases, all with the same basic goal: To bring listeners with new and interesting sounds, as well as his own creative takes on the styles and techniques of familiar genres to make his own unique signature piece. Though his sound is arguably organic Read more on Last.fm
Sage Taylor, aka Textural Being, is an Ambient and Techno Producer hailing from the northwestern city of Portland, Oregon, US. For over ten years he's consistently produced bedroom electronica under a number of various aliases, all with the same basic goal: To bring listeners with new and interesting sounds, as well as his own creative takes on the styles and techniques of familiar genres to make his own unique signature piece. Though his sound is arguably organic, and he draws almost all of his inspiration from nature and its beauty, it still retains the distinct mechanical edge of the genres he spent hours listening to growing up: Ambient music, Techno, and various forms of IDM. Although in recent years he's branched out significantly into a wealth of new styles, he remains very close to the dark harmonies and endless cascades of feedback found in Dub Techno, the one style he considers home. You can find out about his music at: Fundii Recordings, Pronounce, Cold Fiction Music Label, ZeECc, Auditory Cortex, Sonntag Morgen, The Centrifuge, and many others. Soundcloud 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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