Tag: MAKTUB

Interview: Satori

The first EP released after his full length Crosstown Rebels album “Maktub”, Satori has brought “Yam” to DGTL Records. As the fourth release on the Amsterdam-based electronic brand’s recently launched imprint, “Yam” sees the talented live performer deliver a more dancefloor orientated offering with two originals and a special Satori remix included. As part of the DGTL family for years, Satori’s connection with it becomes even more pronounced, diverse, and influential, with another opprtunity to showcase the sound of electronic world music Here, we caught up with Satori as he travels the world on his own and as part of ... Read more

Premiere: Satori - Shotgun (Original Mix)

Through a nominal handful of remixes and releases, Satori has become highly sought after, collaborating with South African charity Bridges for Music and performing at Boiler Room’s biggest show of 2016 at ADE. As you can see, music flows through the veins of Satori. No ordinary artist, he creates deeply spiritual music through a range of instruments and production techniques. Now, Satori releases “MAKTUB,” his debut album on Damian Lazarus‘ illustrious Crosstown Rebels pulls the listener into an exotic world, blurring the lines between electronic and meditative music. Here, we exclusively premiere “Shotgun,” one the album’s driving forces. Make sure ... Read more

Satori Announces Debut Album MAKTUB On Crosstown Rebels

Satori is an artist who combines endless blends of seductive trance and mind-altering earthy tones that linger in the subconscious long after they are heard. His style is not defined by any-one genre. Rather, Satori aims to satisfy any meditative music-lover by provoking a spiritual journey to new dimensions of his musical world, where movement, dreaming and creativity are endless, blurring lines between electronic and meditative music. Now, the man behind the instruments – piano, kora, kalimba, and guitar – preps his debut album “MAKTUB” to be released via Damian Lazarus‘ Crosstown Rebels imprint in October. Last year’s Boiler Room ... Read more