Zero Cult – Seclusion

By • Dec 4th, 2008 • Category: Chill, Downtempo, Music

Zero Cult

Zero Cult

I think I first spotted Zero Cult over at amiestreet.com/artist/zero-cult/. I have mentioned before how much I like trawling through Amie Street and artists like Zero Cult are why.

ZERO CULT is a solo project of Emil Ilyayev, he is from Israel and has been playing downtempo / chill since around 2002. The track that hooked me is titled “Seclusion”, a tad vigoorous for Chill but it has such nice sounds and textures. Layers and layers of ambient noises, string sounds, lush reverb and all in all a lot of fun. I like the way he has the music build and then recede and then build again, it’s very organic in it’s approach. Sort of like watching waves in some respects.

Here is some hype…

ZERO CULT is the project of DJ,Producer and Remixer Emil Ilyayev. Emil first began producing music in 1999 after discovering the new sound of Downtempo and Chillout music in the underground scene. His first tracks was released on compilations “Chill on Ice”,and “Fragile Life”. In june 2006 Cosmicleaf Records released his debut album “Art of Harmony”. The album got very good feedback around the world and was described by the Morpheus Music Awards as one of the best chill albums of the 2006.

Highly Recommended (as is the rest of the stuff over at www.myspace.com/zerocult)

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