One of the West Coast’s most dynamic and original producers is back with his first full-length album, Ergot Curry, under the name Andreilien. Neuro-bass music with glitches and funk, paying equal homage to blues, jazz, calypso and Asian garage music as it does to modern influences of drum & bass, dub and glitch hop.
Andreilien aka Andrei Olenev first emerged as Heyoka on the San Francisco underground glitch/bass scene in 2006. By 2009, he was touring extensively and quickly became a staple sound in the rapidly growing bass music scene of North America. With a constantly evolving, original style, he stands out amongst bass music producers as one who keeps the vibe going strong while venturing to explore new realms of sonic experience.
Playing live sets of his own original tracks, his music has been described as a journey through fractal soundscapes and alternate realms, while riding the waves of fat glitch beats and earth rumbling sub bass. His production quality continues to elevate and surprise even the most sophisticated ears to electronic music, with his use of found sound, analog modular synthesis, custom NI Reaktor synths, and a variety of plugins. Get ready for a journey into a land of fractal sound.
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Greg Sarafan founded Greg Sarafan’s Sensible Reason in 2007. He started blogging for HeadCount in January 2011. Soon after he organized and ran a small but successful charity festival called Binghamtronica to benefit HeadCount and OxFam America. He is a Team Leader in NYC as well as Artist Relations representative for HeadCount. Greg has BAs in political science and art history from Binghamton University. Greg has a J.D. as well as a Certificate in Intelectual Property, Media and Privacy from Brooklyn Law School . Greg also volunteers for OxFam America as a Concert Outreach Coordinator. In 2009 Greg presented his theory of Artistic Stylistic Transmission in the Royal Mughal Atelier at an art history symposium at Ohio State University.