Music producer Ctyl6ts is creating an illustrious scope of rich vocal and musical blends in association with Maiko Hata in his newly released track, ‘Change’.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Studio City, California Jan 29, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Multi-instrumentalist and music producer Alexander Storm who goes by his stage name Ctyl6ts or City Lights is creating a submerging and elusive musical stream. He recently collaborated with artist Maiko Hata for his latest single, ‘Change‘ that is changing the course of musical concepts of modern times. The song depicts his affiliation towards vast, immersive soundscapes and experimental techniques and is heavily influenced by the old school era. The song implements a haunting vocal undulation that takes the audience on a transcended journey of themes and sound formats. Japanese jazz vocalist Maiko Hata contributes her penetrating voice to the song making it emerge as a modernist fairytale.
Originally from Woodstock, New York, the artist is associated with the label Aquarius Entertainment. His music compliments his creative aura making it a platform for artistic independence. He works across various genres like LoFi, psychedelia, trap, alternative, and the 90s soul that makes his soundscape a center of cultural blossoming. His range includes everything from old school influences to the contemporary use of electronic streamlining. The song ‘Change‘ is yet another piece that further establishes him as a sound expert. The track takes the audience on a journey of profound contemplation that leads to self-reflection of the heart and the soul.
Some of Ctyl6ts‘ other songs include ‘Move to the Beat’ which is a creative fusion of 1990s radio hits and hard-hitting drops. The sultry presentation of his soundscape is something to out for in the times to come. Be a part of his exquisite aura of artistic musical renditions by following him on Spotify, Facebook, and Instagram.
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