Mumbai, 20th January 2023: Seven tracks, Rock and Electronica fused with unique time signatures to create a vibe, which is called “Mystery of Bluebon”! Anand Iyer aka Opsyllate (Oscillate) has released this album Mystery of the Bluebon, essentially a Psychill album and the songs include Ooniversal Truth, Hoppity, Deep Dub, Mystery of the Bluebon, Darase Bin Lage, Attune to the moon and Psynapse.
Stream “Mystery of Bluebon” here:
When asked about the album Anand says, “My inspiration for the album stems from a culmination of my experiences as a composer and an avid Psychill listener. It’s a form of expression which helps you explore your subconscious and accompany you on your journey to help you relax and unwind”.
As you enjoy streaming some of the songs from his album, here’s a look at what he has to add further, “As a child, I spent most of my time watching movies trying to understand the art behind making them. This led me to explore further how things are created, and what goes into composing and putting together a piece of art be it a movie or a piece of music. My interest peaked around 15 years ago when I first picked up the guitar. I started to compose my own music along with playing a couple of shows and learning on the field. Soon after, I completed my diploma in Audio Engineering (SAE – Mumbai) and Acoustics (Berklee College of Music)”.
Stream “Ooniversal Truth” here:
He continues by saying, “Having done scores of commercial work in both Advertisements & film, I wanted to put my creative side to bring out the music that I have longed to compose – Psychedelic Ambient. My inspiration for the album stems from a culmination of my experiences as a composer and an avid Psychill listener. It’s a form of expression which helps you explore your subconscious and accompany you on your journey to help you relax and unwind”.
Stream “Deep Dub” here:
Anand Iyer aka Opsyllate (Oscillate), a Music Producer and Guitarist from Mumbai, India. After picking up the Guitar during High school in 2007 he moved on to pursue Audio engineering from the School of Audio Engineering in Mumbai and went on to complete his Acoustics certification From Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. He has since then produced scores for Advertising, Gaming Feature Films and TV shows. He has also worked as a Sound editor and re-recording Mix Engineer for several notable Feature Films, Documentaries and Orchestras.
As a Music Producer, over years of listening to various genres of music he gravitated towards Indian Classical and Ambient Psychedelic Music. Mystery of the Bluebon, essentially a Psychill album featuring 7 tracks of increasing tempos and odd Time signatures with hints of Rock music and Electronica to create a Contemporary take on Fusion.