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PSYCHAUDIO

Psychaudio is a renegade music collective based in New York City. Lead by Omercan Sakar on drums and Martin Seiler on Saxophone, Psychaudio implements experimental electronics into their acoustic setup of Trumpet, Saxophone, Piano, Bass, and Drums. Their signature sound, dark and brooding as the bowels of a city at night that is in fact anything but asleep, reflects the real New York as well as the personalities of each of the band members. Caleb McMahon on trumpet, Eva Lawitts on bass, and the pianist Vladan Mijatovic comprise the band’s line up of NYC’s forefront music pioneers along with Martin and Omer. Their debut album, Connect, contains original compositions shaped by late night gigs at Nublu, a legendary New York underground venue

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Connect

Label: Kabak&Lin Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Rush Life(Omercan Sakar); Nardis(Miles Davis); Old Soul(Omercan Sakar); Tomorrow(Martin Seiler); Connect(Omercan Sakar)

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PSYCHAUDIO: Connect

Read "Connect" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Is the “psych" in Psychaudio meant to imply psychedelia or something more scary like psychosis, you ask? The answer turns out to be bit--only a bit--of both. The jny: New York City quintet doesn't go completely off the rails on their debut release, nor do they dive completely into trippy headspace. The lineup is that of ...


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