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Brought up by the classics, Ben Sigrah traded his classically trained ear for the tricky-deep sounds of electronically produced music at an early age. After discovering highly technical genres like Jungle and Drum & Bass, he strayed from the rigorous training of orchestral performance and found himself in front of a computer. With nearly 10 years of music production under his belt, this US-based producer has continually made his mark on the bass music world with sounds entirely unique to himself. His diverse production chops are ever-present, whether on an ethereal jungle roller or chunky neuro hip-hop beat, Sigrah’s range is displayed through his diverse catalog spanning labels like Rogue Dubs, STYLSS, Aufect, and most recently, his collaboration with ONHELL on Astrophonica’s Gradients Vol. 2 Compilation. His latest and most cohesive production effort, a 5-track EP entitled Fission Vision, is a clear and honest look at the sounds that have been such a major influence on his productions over the last 10 years. Ranging in feel from autonomic & ethereal, to experimental bass-laden beat music wrapped in an uptempo format, this EP refuses to be confined just like Sigrah himself. 

 
Art Direction by: Natalie Hands

Art Direction by: Natalie Hands

Fission Vision EP

The Fission Vision EP is Sigrah’s latest and most cohesive production effort for 2018. The 5-track EP is a clear and honest look at the sounds that have been such a major influence on his productions over the last 8 years. Ranging in feel from autonomic & ethereal, to experimental bass laden beat music, wrapped in an uptempo format, this EP refuses to be pigeon holed.

Track listing:
1. Fission Vision
2. Erath
3. HAL
4. Zenosyne
5. Taiga

Full Release Date: 11/9/18 via bandcamp and sigrahmusic.com

All Tracks Written, Composed, and Produced, and Mixed by: Ben Sigrah
Mastered by: Saif Bari at Fixed Mastering
Art Direction by: Natalie Hands

Press photo by Natalie Hands. 2018.

Press photo by Natalie Hands. 2018.

Press photo by Natalie Hands. 2018.

Press photo by Natalie Hands. 2018.