Influences: Nathan Micay

His new album "Blue Spring" will be available from the 3rd of May next month on LuckyMe

Influences: Nathan Micay

His new album "Blue Spring" will be available from the 3rd of May next month on LuckyMe

There's been a lot said about the forthcoming album from Nathan Micay, the producer once known under the guise of Bwana. However, that name is but a distant memory now, a glimpse into a different past. 

Nathan has evolved dramatically as a producer and disc jockey, his own sound has become a warped reimagination of a sprawling array of musical influences which span far and wide. He draws upon the musical guidance of melodic, sun kissed indie - delicately poised trance, electronica and ethereal bliss. 

His new album "Blue Spring" will be available from the 3rd of May next month on LuckyMe, the Scottish label which helped to charter the succesful careers of the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Eclair Fifi, Lunice and Rustie...

As such there is a weight of expectation on his shoulders. 

He showcases his influences below...


More details and buy the album HERE. Press shot courtesy of Brana Lalin. 

Parsley Sounds Ease Yourself And Glide

“It’s ?nally spring and so it is time for my annual dive into band music. Long before I was the dashing DJ/producer I am today, I was heavily into guitar driven music..bluegrass, ‘indie’… whatever. However, things started to change when I heard Parsley Sound. There was something so exciting to me about their mix of electronics and familiar sounds like guitar and acoustic bass. Their self titled album remains a ?rm favourite and their messy collage style of music continues to have a heavy in?uence on my own way of doing mixdowns.”?

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