Well executed looping electronica gets me every god damn time.
LA-based Anenon seems to be much like a sponge, absorbing the diverse influences he grew up with, even reflecting his own individual taste for hip-hop and jazz. This talented musician incorporates all of it in his own unique and persistent sound. He’s got an incredible grasp for the electronic genre, showcasing classical instruments in a brand new light.
“Shifts” is an older track with fluttering tones and hip-hop beats that patiently switch on and off, it was also the first song of his that immediately struck me. The talented Brian Allen Simon (Anenon) recently released his debut full-length, Inner Hue, which brings us to a much more refined level. Spacious and timely, there’s no hesitation at any point in the album, it simply moves forward and forward. It’s quite lovely really.
Grab “Shifts” and a couple tracks from his newest, and be sure to check out the rest of the album here.
Right-click and enjoy.