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Residing in New York, Akira Miller (Aesop aka TokyoSinz) has always taken an interest in his diverse cultural background. "Being part African American and Japanese wasn't easy growing up in the ghetto. I can say I've seen too much...yet I've learned how to use all my experiences here and turn it into something good. I don't make music because I'm in love with a fad, or what everybody else thinks is cool. I do it because I love people and love life, and this is my way of expressing myself. "
Andrew Park is a synthesist, pianist, and composer producing music of profound atmospherics under the label deepspacemusic. His passion for music is rivaled by his activism in human rights and the vegan movement.
The music of ZenSugar is a sonic reflection of the inner beauty, mystery, and power of spirit inherent in all beings.
ZenSugar is the musical project of composer, producer, vocalist, and DJ Chari Chuang. Drawing from a variety of influences in classical, tribal, and electronic sounds, Chari weaves a unique tapestry of auditory bliss. As a classically trained composer, Chari was one of the winning artists commissioned to compose original choral music for The Foundation of
Universal Sacred Music. ZenSugar's sole objective is to resonate with the innate musician in all of us.
Across three decades and over 30 albums, Robert Rich has helped define the genres of ambient music, dark-ambient, tribal and trance, yet his music remains hard to categorize. Part of his unique sound comes from using home-made acoustic and electronic instruments, microtonal harmonies, computer-based signal processing, chaotic systems and feedback networks. Rich began building his own analog synthesizers in 1976, when he was 13 years old, and later studied for a year at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).