GrayBeat Blends Saxophone Warmth with an Electronic Edge in an Extraordinary Way
We have heard about GrayBeat’s latest release and his mixture of Saxophone and electronic beats in the background. He performs energetic pieces but also hints at some charming tunes to relax our minds.
If you’re into 80s-style music, a fan of metallic sounds and like synth-wave, glitch and downtempo, then GrayBeat is for you! We know that it sounds unusual but trust me, this is exactly what makes it stand out.
Watching an acoustic show makes me totally relaxed, listening to electronic music makes me move. I love them both. My favourite way to enjoy both is by mixing them together. It is interesting to me how both forms of art can offer a moment of escapism when combined.
GrayBeat is an independent electronica and jazz music artist who mixes the best of both worlds which resulted in his Levitron single which has been a pleasure to listen to.
You can listen to our full playlist which contains GrayBeat’s music, and know more about the artist by scrolling down the page.
GrayBeat is a Minneapolis-based independent electronica and jazz music artist. In his new single “Levitron,” GrayBeat combines the warmth of saxophone with an electronic edge in an extraordinary way.
While the song’s title might make it sound like it’s about levitation, GrayBeat’s lyrics and voice effects make you feel exactly that sensation, levitation sentiment. The song’s ethereal melody is supported by glitchy drum beats and leftfield synths that are reminiscent of 80s vibes.
GrayBeat’s style can be described as an experimental mix of electronica, leftfield hip hop, synth-pop, and metallic sound. He has even been described as a combination of Aphex Twin and James Blake by one critic and producers from PopHits.Co!
GrayBeat has got a saxophone, he’s got a synth, and he’s got some serious chops. Whatever your favourite genre is, you’ll find it here: experimental electronic music with a strong focus on saxophone playing and glitchy synths that give the song an otherworldly feel.
Featuring deeply rhythmic sounds and cutting-edge live experiences, Robin’s music soothes the soul and sparks imaginations. GrayBeat’s musical background includes Electronica, Rock, Jazz, Hip-Hop and African music.
Levitron (ft. Wayne Sayres) is a fun and whimsical synth and sax audio journey. You feel a gentle bump into the cosmos as soon as the drums kick in. Over the course of the two-and-a-half-minute song, the melody takes unexpected twists and turns.
Instrumentation and the soothing vibe make this song stand out. This track has a James Bond-like synth lead, an echoey sax solo, some well-timed drum breaks, and a cosmic, guttural refrain.
It’s impossible to take it all in on your first listen, sonic-wise, because there’s so much going on. There will be no end to the excitement you’ll experience on this trip, so check it out now, listen to his previous releases and follow the artist on Spotify.
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