Hyperboloid Records’ uncompromising output has shown no signs of letting up over the years, but the Moscow-based label delves into even deeper territories with the epic new LP from Jan Amit, Finding Home.
Jan, aka Yan Pavelchuk, is a 21 years young Russian producer who takes the time to explore cosmic sound design and combine it with primal bass (and a whole range of other sounds) over the course of the album.
Finding Home follows 2013’s Around And Above album on London’s Black Hymn Records, and Flowertraces on Sealt Label in 2015. His first release for Hyperboloid comprises nine tracks with a personal touch, each reflecting points in his own life. Feeding his sound engineer experience into his music, Jan has been busy working on multi channel soundscape projects based around ‘volumetric sound’ in various environments.
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My goal is to awaken and evoke the deepest emotions inside of someone. I’m not making anything of this world. I’m just kind of a ‘transmitter’ of things that are utterly difficult to be described in our day to day life all broken up by the many language barriers around the world. That’s why I use the wide variety of possibilities provided by the modern era of technology, it’s all about finding ‘words/music’ for these vibes. – Jan Amit