II falls flat as it adds nothing to it and wanders off at the end. Jayanth is what The Sine Painter was known as before his stint at the Red Bull Music Academy (RBMA). After creating a near-perfect dystopia, Ramachandra amps it up with Pt II and sonically transports you to a war zone. 2017-07-13T23:58:43+00:00″>
Published:July 13, 2017 11:58 pm
URL Utopias , Jayanth Ramachandra
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