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Music producer ātman releases new album

Quiet Circles marks a return to ambient music explorations


Amid all the noise and chaos in the world,

this is music to provide a space for wondering and reflection.

A place free from fear and anger that can serve

as an antidote for confusion and apathy.⁠


It features unsynchronized layers of sparse piano notes, gentle pads, cascading echoes and warm drones over sounds from electric and magnetic fields recorded by NASA’s Van Allen and Cassini missions.

Quiet Circles is out April 30 on all streaming platforms.

Label: Skèpis Arts

Genre: Ambient

Similar Artists: Brian Eno, William Basinski, Stars of the Lid, Loscil, Chihei Hatakeyama

Release Date: 30/04/2021


As ātman, self-taught musician Robert Skèpis produces handcrafted electronic music artefacts

that provide space for wondering and reflection.

His work explores the boundaries within and between traditional and contemporary music genres making use of field recordings, improvisation, experimental techniques and electronic production.

Being a natural musician has led him into a scenic route made of introspective sound searching and meditation. As a result, he found in music a way to make sense of the world and himself.

Skèpis works across genres, often using traditional folk music sounds and concepts

from around the world against sleek electronic textures and rhythms to produce

oddly familiar-sounding tracks.

His music is mostly categorized within ambient and downtempo clusters.

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