Dropbox Talent: ‘Sine’ EP by kamomile
23 September 2016
Wild City explores the freshest sounds from the subcontinent in Dropbox Talents. This section isn’t about the who’s who in the scene, it's about relatively unheard of producers and musicians who we think make good music and are worth your time. If you’d like us to listen to your sounds, send the relevant info to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us privately on SoundCloud.
Kamomile a.k.a. Nakul Kamath is the latest artist from Bangalore to pop up on our radar.
His debut EP ‘Sine’ brims with shimmering electronics, and sun dappled psychadelia through four cottony tracks. Think bright pools of melody, gentle chimes and low-key, skittering percussion balanced with sub-bass undulations and digitally processed vox. It sounds like he’s been listening to a fair share of the Four Tet, Caribou and Mount Kimbie camp of electronica.
We don’t have a lot more information on the producer, but Kamomile’s created a great foundation for some solid music in the future and most definitely worth carrying forward. Check out his debut EP ‘Sine’ below and follow him on SoundCloud for music and information.
Words: Diya Gupta