Jasper Tygner makes immersive electronics that nod towards club tropes while exhibiting an almost cinematic sense of world-building.
Still remarkably - almost imposingly - young, the producer has toured with Tom Misch, and written bangers for Carmody, all while building his own unique voice.
A true polymath, Jasper Tygner's journey reaches a new embarkation point this week, with the release of new single 'Kashmer'.
Out on Friday - May 7th - it's got a lo-fi sensibility, with Jasper's organic approach matching a kind of retro-futurist sensibility to something starkly original.
Honing in on his own sound, the bubbling melodies incorporate left-field house options while still remaining open, direct, and accessible.
A summer-fresh jammer that stands out from the crowd, 'Kashmer' emerged from some pandemic studio sessions, with Jasper Tygner letting his imagination run wild.
He comments: "'Kashmer' was produced in the middle of the second lockdown. Everything was looking a bit bleak and all I wanted to do was go to a rave and listen to music. I was imagining being in the back of a car, looking up at street lights and shop windows being reflected in the glass. That’s where the idea for the track came from..."
We've got first play, and there's also a visualiser, too - check them both out below.
Photo Credit: Hugo Volrath
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