thinky iz

by h00zy

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The #1 Addictech charting trio Deep City Culture has no shortage in creative direction and MalLabel is proud to bring you yet another wonderful facet. Currently better known as The Δuganism, an introspective collection of deep, organic elements, this particular third
of Oakland's finest is bringing his dreams of an inspired future to life with h00zy.

Considering h00zy to be the energetic yang to the more meditational yin of The Δuganism, he moves to bring the spiritual spectrum full circle on his quest to musical enlightenment. Eight years of musical production and three alias' later h00zy is still more interested in personal realization without a care of who listens as is made abundantly clear in the sheer
depth of these euphonious monuments.

'Prepare to Adventure' is an enthusiastic intro with no shortage motivational awareness in the cadence as powerful chords and sweeping pads build into a playful harmony of truly gorgeous sound design. 'StarGauze' is about healing through cosmic energy, taking us on a trip through all it's expressions from the sparsely populated journey through zero-point energy to the magnificence of the supermassive taking us back through the event horizon. 'Stuck Where We Are' takes a very different direction almost mocking the idea of being trapped within oneself with a foray deep into the mind and through so many musical directions it was hard to work just dancing in my seat. For all my vocabulary as a professional writer I found myself consistently stuck at “Wow” on this one. More please!

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released January 13, 2015

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