Charlotte Vosbeck — 5 years ago
The intricate production that goes into an Emancipator show creates an inexplicable and irreplaceable connection between crowd and performer. From the lights to the live instrumentation and formation of the ensemble, there really isn’t anything comparable.
Emancipator continues to prove his attention to detail throughout his new 14-track LP “Baralku” released on November 17th, 2017. The artist produces his music with the intent to lead listeners through high-octane soundscapes to lift their spirits. As a master of his craft, Emancipator is interested in his fans’ perceptions of his music and where it takes their minds while listening. Baralku provides a particular orchestrated jazz sound to its listeners, similar to Nightmares on Wax, Pretty Lights, and Bonobo, solidifying Emancipator’s place in the modern-chill electronic music scene.
Featuring singles “Winter Dub” and “Pancakes”, Emancipator delivers a relaxing feel and keeps listeners interested through his thick layering and fantasizing sound.
He also shows off his musical diversity in singles like “Goodness”, where more concrete guitar riffs, keyboarding, and violin is heard. Baralku is the most recent, original release done by this innovative artist since his 2015 Seven Seas LP, and definitely not the last!
Check out his upcoming tour dates and make sure to see the visual and auditory beauty that is Emancipator.