The hum and buzz of summer permeates Bwoy de Bhajan’s streams of challenging but pleasant sounds. The promising producer has a penchant for World Music. At the same time, he is clearly influenced by Western electronica of the more experimental kind.
Despite the drowsy groove of the music, this music has plenty of delicate touches, edgy beats, foley recordings, wonky bass lines and Eastern mystique to get lost in.
He is only 24 years of age, but has already sent many crowds into deep hypnosis, including festivals all over the world such as Roskilde (DK), Boom (PT), Ozora (HU), Earthcore (AU), Tribal Gathering (PA) and indoor venues such as Plastic People (London), Sisyphos (Berlin), AgeHa (Tokyo), Viva City (Thimphu), and Orpheum Theatre (New Orleans).
No specific genre can define the unique style of music, and he has shown this by playing shows with names varying from Max Cooper and Tipper, to Omar Souleyman and Madlib.
He was a nominee for 'Hope of the Year' at the Steppeulven (Critics) Awards in Denmark, and is no stranger to the media world, having done commissioned work for DR (DK) and the BBC (UK)....