Spundose is an EDM artist whose ancient future sound ranges from aboriginal downtempo beats, funky glitch hop, house&trance, dubstep, drumstep, and beyond; he delivers a big dose of unique spun out beats. Growing up listening to the likes of Moby, Fatboy Slim, The Crystal Method and other forefathers of EDM, he acquired a cheap pair of turntables and went to town for a few months, but eventually fell entirely out of the scene due to an interest in guitar playing, early Incubus/311, Parliament/funk, and avant-garde composers such as John Zorn, David Torn, and Buckethead.
After life-changing experiences such as Rothbury 2009, in early 2010 he got Ableton Live and entered the world of digital production. Initially the intent was for Ableton to supplement his solo guitar pieces, but in the process of using the program he discovered his passion for producing EDM.
These are all original productions, organizing the noosphere with love and awareness. Creations inspired by the ancients of the past and future, perceptive perspectives, crystalline vibrations, interdimensional extraterrestrials, 100th monkey effect, Philip K Dick, HP Lovecraft Dance and have fun with your emotions and thoughts.
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