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Stream Columbus, Ohio producer Skyloom’s bouncy instrumental extended play ‘lila’

It’s a nineteen-minute time travel referred to by the artist as “a study on phenomena found in nature through the lens of modern-day bass music that floats through a spectrum of textures ranging from peaceful to brutal.”

If you’re into unique musicians who dabble into sci-fi, nature and inexplainable weird shit usually found as elements in subculture-turned-popular like FKA twigs, Arca, and Apex Twin, we feel this Skyloom project ‘lila’ is right up your quaint taste alley. It is a nineteen-minute time travel referred to by the artist as “a study on phenomena found in nature through the lens of modern-day bass music that floats through a spectrum of textures ranging from peaceful to brutal.” Press play, if you’re ready to go on this drugless trip.


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