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The music emerging from the collaboration between Valerinne and Mytrip will be released as a split EP next autumn

The music emerging from the collaboration between Valerinne and Mytrip will be released as a split EP next autumn
The first result of the collaboration between Romanian group Valerinne and Bulgarian project Mytrip was released by the end of June in the form of the song “Kaiwa”, a 13-minute track with a darksome musical expression and fanciful melodies. The idea of intercrossing an instrumental atmospheric band with an ambient artist cannot go wrong anyway, but this alliance brought some really pleasant echoes given that Mytrip came with powerful frequencies and other tense soundscapes that emphasized the beauty of the compositional structure which makes the Valerinne’s signature. 
 
 
 
As Angel Simitchiev, the creator of Mytrip stated, Valerinne’s music is such a complete piece that the idea of adding new sonic layers may become tricky, but the Bulgarian artist let himself in for the challenge and came with an interesting and spontaneous solution. Basically, the entire collaboration was based on spontaneity since the music was created and recorded during two days, with no preparation in advance besides the individual experiences of these two names. The single previous moments which brought Valerinne’s music together with Mytrip’s visions were those when they performed separately on the same stage. The “Kaiwa” track will be included on a split EP entitled “Ahead Is a Barren Land”, which will be released next autumn. The EP will contain three songs and we can assume that both names will come with individual works since the one which combines the two of them already exists. 
 
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This project was brought to life through the agency of the Black Rhino Residency platform, which aims to present the ways how various artists search for a common musical ground in order to explore the realms beyond their own aesthetic boundaries. Black Rhino Residency is the union of Black Rhino – a promoting area for musicians and the stories behind music, Studio148 led by producer Marius Costache, who mixed and mastered “Kaiwa”, and Good Stuff, which takes care of the visual matter. Below is a video which shows how this process took shape through short interviews featuring the musicians and various shots depicting the recording days.
 


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