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Cuyo Releases Textural ‘Ether Clear’ EP via Good Enuff

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Austin-based producer Cuyo has unveiled his new seven-track collection, Ether Clear. This EP is a collection of geo-sonic eco-electronic experiments in organic and digital textures, rhythms, and concepts. It is incredibly unique with its uses of sonic texture and in-depth soundscapes. Ether Clear is out now and streaming everywhere via Mad Decent’s sub-label Good Enuff.

Cuyo says, “Ether Clear is an homage to hybridity, socio-ecology, and queerness. These geo-sonic digital recordings took place over the course of 7 years, and were inspired by the synergetic pulses of Mother Nature and the dire need for liminality and liminal spaces in the Anthropocene.”

“As a whole, its obscure auditory context is set in a future-past where human civilization has reaffirmed the utmost value of maximized biodiversity and shared prosperity amongst all Earthian life,” he continues. “This was primarily actualized by an extraordinary, penultimate unification of humans and cybernetic life in combating and reversing ecocide, climate chaos, and extinction with augmented polycultural applications of auto-biovitalizing technologies.”

This is a very unique project that certainly stands out from many recent releases in the electronic scene and is definitely worth a listen. Ether Clear took a lot of time and energy to create, and it clearly shows in each single track off the EP.

Take a listen here:

Cuyo (“light”, n=taïno origin) is a socio-ecologically driven geosonic artist with an innate ability to transmit the emotive energy of Earth into auditory complexes that heal. Cuyo’s poly-genre works co-inspire a global movement of other multi-dimensional channelers, dancers, ecologists, activists, and artist-scientists of all backgrounds in a mass effort to inspire unity and love through the Anthropocene, and into the hybrid eco-future.

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