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PURE Guest.058 SKY H1

Meditative melodies shrouded in mist and clouds.


The Belgian producer SKY H1 presents a sound impression reminiscent of mirages and exquisite mists, swirling above mountain peaks like a dreamlike scene from a cosmos. Her mastery lies in the intricate arrangement of melodies and beats, meticulously crafted to perfection. SKY H1's works capture the blurring lines between her foundational experiences in drum and bass, grime, dubstep, and techno, all tilted towards the schematic bursts of pop, successfully infusing her profound taste into the sleepless dance floor.


SKY H1 found wild success with her first EP "Motion" on PAN's sublabel, CODES, and became album of the Month on Mixmag and could be found among Dazed and Resident Advisor favourites, then she participated in the groundbreaking ambient electronic compilation "Mono No Aware," curated by PAN, one of the most prominent in the past decade. Her debut album "Azure," released by AD 93, is an emotionally charged ambient beats album characterized by gentle atmospheres, slow beats, and experimental elements. "Azure" was slowly brought to life over the last years in alive setting. Playing extensively across Europe, and with frequent bouts of touring taking her to the US, Canada, Japan, China, and Russia, SKY H1 has been continuously writing and assembling banks of music to in-corporate into club, concert, and gallery settings. More recently, composing for film and video in both cinema and art environments has become a parallel arc of her practice.


Collaborating with artist Mika Oki, SKY H1 brings her taste to the forefront in the mesmerizing A/V installation titled "Parhelia." Drawing inspiration from the natural phenomenon of sunlight passing through hexagonal ice crystals, the installation envelops audiences in a kaleidoscopic experience of light and sound. Seamlessly blending projections and ethereal soundscapes, "Parhelia'' transcends traditional boundaries, offering a sensory feast that captivates both the eyes and ears. 



Photography by Maryan Said


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