Microcosmos Records presents a new album “Ambivalence” by Kayatma.
Kayatma is a composer from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. He is a regular performer at parties and festivals in Russia, Goa, Bali, and Koh Phangan. Kayatma makes an organic blend of different music styles, he mixes ethnic instruments with electronics, floating chillout with dynamical breakbeat and melodic instrumentals.
“Ambivalence” is a new album in the emotional lounge, stiffed with trap music and braided with cross-cultural ethnic melodies. It has a firm basis for emergent fusion of breaks, jazz, folk tunes, and electronic experiments.
Split ego is searching for the balance between two opposite feelings. Love in the morning, hatred in the afternoon, happiness in the afternoon, antipathy at night. It’s a vibration of emotions. It’s rejection but possession. Embracement but a stab of hesitation. The ambivalence between life and death. And it will continue endlessly or will finish tomorrow.
The mirrors are broken but the reflections stay inside of us.
Live the inner state in dance, dive inside and meet the shadows, fly up towards the Sun, enjoy levitation and let the gravity take you back. Return to the favorite island and heal the soul.
“Ambivalence is a state of having simultaneous conflicting reactions, beliefs, or feelings towards some object. It is also the experience of having an attitude towards someone or something that contains opposite or mixed feelings”.
Konstantin Kayatma — recording and mixing (also piano, guitar, glukofon, etc.)
Argishty — duduk (1)
Pasha Bochkarev — hangdrum (1)
Daniil Korolev — vocal, flute (2)
Daliya — voice, and vocal (3)
Dmitry Khramtsov — violin (4)
Andrew Jasinski — xiao flute (6)
Jenik Mikaelyan — vocal (6)
Vadim Fox — saxophone (7)