Tucson, Arizona-based producer, pianist, drummer and all-round musicmaker bansheebeat [@bansheebeatmusic] is a force to be reckoned with. His music is consistently beautiful and compositionally complex, and it's no different with his latest track 'Shinsekai'. A Japanese word meaning "New World", the track is one that takes you on a journey of discovery and wonder, effusing a true sense of what it means to start anything new: scary, exhilarating, sad.
It's taken from bansheebeat's album, Lumine, out now on @galaxy-swim-team. Get it here: https://galaxyswimteam.bandcamp.com/album/lumine-gst-04
"Shinsekai is just an abstract term, but I originally got it from the fact that an early iteration heavily sampled from DvoÅ™Ã¡k's 9th symphony. It took over a year to finish, and went through so many completely different forms," Bansheebeat tells YES/NO. "It starts with a bit of an overture; I wanted it to sound like you were starting up a JRPG on the SNES, like Chrono Trigger or something, but it ended up being this eight minute monster that is like three songs in one."
Read more thoughts on this track over at the YES/NO site
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