Dynoman
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Dynoman

Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | INDIE

Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2010
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The pitter-patter of fingers on tabla provide a warm grounding to the chipmunk-vocalled skip of this UK garage inflected new track from Pakistani producer Dynoman. He's called it a demo but from the level of polish I think he's just being modest. As we near the end of the year, Dynoman's music and Forever South, the Karachi-based electronic music collective he's associated with, are definitely up there with the most thrilling new discoveries 2013 has brought. If you've not checked Dynoman's Dummy Mix from back in April, catch up now. - Dummy Mag


In July’s edition of Ruth Saxelby's World View column, she focused on the port city of Karachi, Pakistan, profiling the Forever South (FXS) musical collective, among other artists. One of the main musicians in that group is Haamid Rahim, who records as Dynoman, and he’s just released a new album entitled Travels to Janaicah: Cheebay’s Imagination. It offers a discontinuous, collage and sample-oriented approach reminiscent of LA’s beat scene (centered around Flying Lotus’ label Brainfeeder and club night Low End Theory), but Dynoman is ultimately doing his own thing. The record’s sense of melody is striking, offering earworms that don’t initially present themselves as such in the form of chipmunk’d vocals, twisting synths and tightly programmed percussion, and a relaxed tone that is soothing without coming across as drained and sedated. - The FADER


Karachi, Pakistan producers Al Ak and Dynoman are members of the city's Forever South collective, a key driver in Karachi's burgeoning electronic music scene (that's their logo above). New missive "Let It Rain" popped up on their Soundcloud earlier today and is a sweet collaboration between the two that flows Mount Kimbie-recalling vocal sample inflections over a skippy, summer beat that's just begging to be blasted from a car stereo on a sunny cruise down town - The FADER


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Still working on that hot first release.

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