Hear my voice with: Dojo Man – Listen Part 1 #ambient #drone #electronic #NewMusic

It’s the end of a very long working week. It’s felt endless and that’s what Dojo Man offers on Listen Part 1. An out there spaced ambient track that’s almost endless in its drone tone apppeal. Bass of almost Biblical dub profundity. The inky blackness of eternity. A disembodied being, neither mechanical or organic wanting you to listen. The rising of the sun on the final day as the drone tones ascend. It’s all here. And more. Much, much more. Just Listen.

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Blurb: The songwriter and producer of ambient chillout music known as Dojo Man has released his latest official single, “Listen.” The single has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate record industry on the Black Santa Records music label. Smooth, futuristic, and palpably atmospheric, “Listen” showcases Dojo Man as one of the most intriguing ambient chillout artists of the year so far and promises that he has plenty more where that came from.

Dojo Man has performed as a DJ for more than 15 years in the UK underground at famous (now sadly defunct) clubs such as Turnmills, SE1, and Canvas. He has residencies at popular events including the Back of Beyond festival and The Doghouse alongside artists such as Groove Armada, Jonathan Ulysses and 2 Bad Mice. When not creating chilled ambient as Dojo Man, he composes techno as Fresh by 6. Dojo Man/Fresh by 6 also has previous official releases under the BYBL Records and Dance Concept Recordings music labels.

~ by acidted on August 9, 2019.

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