Monthly Archives: March 2017

Listen to Nutritious’ New Magnetic Magazine Mix Series

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We’re excited to present a new mix series with the talented Nutritious. For those that aren’t familiar with him yet, he’s an artist that’s been through various levels of the music industry including experiences with Avex Records, Savoir Adore, MFSB & Disco Inferno guitarist TJ Tindall, spinning Mushroom Jazz with Mark Farina, performing 2×4 with DJ Logic, touring Central America, holding down residencies and regular performances at the Ace Hotel, Cielo, Mighty, and Eighteenth Street Lounge, contributing to the NYT bestselling book Living Well, airing multiple sets on Pete Tong’s Evolution FM radio, scoring films for Danny Aiello and contributing to MindBodyGreen and Big Buds Magazine, appearing in and scoring two feature films alongside Method Man, Moby, Sander Kleinenberg and Wolfgang Gartner. It’s safe to say that even if you weren’t familiar with his name, you’ve definitely heard his music before.

He’s also a massive fan and contributor to the world of jazz, and we’ve had the talented DJ explore this world in his first feature mix with us. From the smooth sounds of Poldoore to Anderson .Paak, he’s got music with jazz influences from across the globe to craft something truly special for our listeners today.” via Magnetic Magazine.

SpinSpinNYC’s Otodojo and Twin Primes Discuss Making Music with Molecules, Ecuadorian Shamanism and Post 9/11 Dystopia | Magnetic Magazine

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“Taking a cue from Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, a publication that features intimate conversations between creative thinkers, we asked two of New York’s rising electronic music producers, SpinSpinNYC’s otodojo (Maro Kariya) and Twin Primes (Omar Ahmad), to record a dialogue about what inspires them to create music and what influences their productions. The artists did just that and then some, exploring politics, life lessons and visualizing the sound of molecules like benzene along the way.

Twin Primes (TP): I first heard your remix of “Says” by Nils Frahm through a friend who is known for being a huge critic.

otodojo (O): I didn’t think that putting drums on top of a piano sequence looping for 10 minutes would lead to such a great connection.

TP: What’s behind the name, otodojo?”

Rest the rest via Magnetic Magazine: 

http://www.magneticmag.com/2017/03/spinspinnycs-otodojo-and-twin-primes-discuss-making-music-with-molecules-ecuadorian-shamanism-and-post-911-dystopia/