Coam – Psychedelic Transformative Sounds
We have for you a delightful sonic adventure through diverse downtempo realms from Coam, the project of Amit Marco, who just released his debut album “The Study of Change” on Mindspring Music. Read more and listen to the full album below.
Amit has been producing for quite awhile, and his debut album is a manifestation of his realization of the effect that electronic synthesized music has on people’s mind & spirit. For a decade now he has been experimenting with synthesizers, samplers and different tuned objects and also playing and recording all kinds of organic instruments that inspired him to explore different approaches to music.
WHAT DRIVES HIM THROUGH HIS CREATIVE PROCESS IS WRITING TRACKS THAT FOCUS ON COLORFUL ORIGINAL ELEMENTS, REPETITIVE HARMONIES, RESHAPED MELODIES, FREE FLOWING RHYTHMS AND STEADY YET PULSING BASS LINES.
Amit, 34 years old and living in Jaffa, Israel, with his wife and cat, says that what drives him through his creative process is writing tracks that focus on colorful original elements, repetitive harmonies, reshaped melodies, free flowing rhythms and steady yet pulsing bass lines. And trying “to create pieces which have less boundaries and less ordinary music structures or lyrics”.
Coam’s moto is that his home is his studio and the whole world outside his biggest inspiration. Amit says that through his music he hopes to make a change in the small universe inside him, which will hopefully expand to more living and breathing souls on earth.
Listen to Coam’s album “The Study of Change” in full below:
Mindspring Music release note:“ ‘The Study of Change’ is a dedicated homage to the interesting observation that all matter, the very fabric that stitches together space and time, is in a state of constant metamorphosis. Much like the auditory expressions laced within Coam’s dramatic adventure, everything in this universe is evolving. Throughout the downtempo chapters of this conceptual release, beautiful soundscapes undergo a wonderful transformation. They shift and turn against a wide conglomeration of warm synths and head-bobbing rhythms. Slowly, yet surely, these sounds and tones build into a final creation that describes the cycle of life itself. You may find yourself listening over and over again…”