ALEPH Shares Some Experimental Darkness In 'NOISE FLOOR'

May 21, 2021 -

Justin Angle

ALEPH has some seriously attention grabbing traits in the music he's crafted. His latest single, "POLYMER," was a mind-blower, especially from a technical perspective, now, "NOISE FLOOR," is here and there's much to share about it. The ladder single embraces the same technicality the former, but goes a very different route, delivering a sense of refreshing originality and a sense of wonder of what he showcase next musically. Yet, although vastly different from each other, there is some sense of connectivity that can be heard between the two. Simply put, the two tracks just feel like 'an Aleph track' - a grand sign.

Released on label Renraku, this is now the second single off of his upcoming anticipated debut album, EGO DEATH.

Kai Maynard aka ALEPH has been writing/rendering music for the last 12 years. In some ways this comes as no surprise as the quality of his music definitely shows the seasoned, experienced aspects of his skillset.

Fast approaching the 1,000,000 streams mark through his releases, as well as landing the support by Mat Zo and releasing on his label MAD ZOO, ALEPH is gravitating the right kind of attention toward him through strong, original music.

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