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Wamdue Project's Chris Brann sheds his restrictive House persona in favor of a little bit of electronic innovation. Essentially producing a sincere, boundary-stretching downtempo sound akin to such acts as DJ Krust and Jazzanova, Brann inserts future-forward breaks and shimmering melodies into an oddly minimal mold. Taking an individual stance on Funk, these Ubiquity-endorsed tracks offer a free-flowing, soul-stirring aural experience. Random vocal clips slosh in and out of a milky mix of percussive effects and warm synths that comfort you like a down pillow. Both intellectually stimulating and wholly accessible.

Listen toP'taahon Rhapsody

Wamdue Project's Chris Brann sheds his restrictive House persona in favor of a little bit of electronic innovation. Essentially producing a sincere, boundary-stretching downtempo sound akin to such acts as DJ Krust and Jazzanova, Brann inserts future-forward breaks and shimmering melodies into an oddly minimal mold. Taking an individual stance on Funk, these Ubiquity-endorsed tracks offer a free-flowing, soul-stirring aural experience. Random vocal clips slosh in and out of a milky mix of percussive effects and warm synths that comfort you like a down pillow. Both intellectually stimulating and wholly accessible.

About P'taah

Wamdue Project's Chris Brann sheds his restrictive House persona in favor of a little bit of electronic innovation. Essentially producing a sincere, boundary-stretching downtempo sound akin to such acts as DJ Krust and Jazzanova, Brann inserts future-forward breaks and shimmering melodies into an oddly minimal mold. Taking an individual stance on Funk, these Ubiquity-endorsed tracks offer a free-flowing, soul-stirring aural experience. Random vocal clips slosh in and out of a milky mix of percussive effects and warm synths that comfort you like a down pillow. Both intellectually stimulating and wholly accessible.

About P'taah

Wamdue Project's Chris Brann sheds his restrictive House persona in favor of a little bit of electronic innovation. Essentially producing a sincere, boundary-stretching downtempo sound akin to such acts as DJ Krust and Jazzanova, Brann inserts future-forward breaks and shimmering melodies into an oddly minimal mold. Taking an individual stance on Funk, these Ubiquity-endorsed tracks offer a free-flowing, soul-stirring aural experience. Random vocal clips slosh in and out of a milky mix of percussive effects and warm synths that comfort you like a down pillow. Both intellectually stimulating and wholly accessible.