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Oshana - Sol Asylum Podcast 15.03.13

Eat My Beats on March 23, 2013 22:27

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    In an era where ‘original’ music is few and far between, few artists have been able to capture a truly indigenous sound. Luckily, for this US-born DJ and Producer, a relentless pursuit of instinctive rhythm has allowed her to produce a sound that is undeniably her own. With just a year of production under her belt, Oshana has composed a style that is both unique and complex, a product of expansive atmosphere, embryonic bass, and infectious percussion and rhythm.

    Over the past year, Oshana has welcomed the release of two solo EP’s on the highly acclaimed, Romanian label, LOK Records. Not surprisingly, her productions have quickly gained the support of several major artists such as tINI (Desolat), Luciano (Cadenza), Anthea (Cecille), and Raresh (a:rpia:r), to name a few. With several collaborative works and solo projects in tow, the future remains bright for this budding, new artist.

    Looking ahead, this year promises to be tremendous one for this up and coming artist. With a remix for Stab9 on the Moscow label, Bodyparts Records, an individual EP on BROUQADE of Berlin, and a LIVE performance in the making, Oshana is rapidly defining herself as one of those artists “to watch.” No matter where her path may lead her, you’ll find Oshana living by one simple credo: “do what you love and love what you do,” make music for the soul, the body, and the people.



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