Lacuna's rebirth as a producer is marked by the Transmute EP. Since his last album, Skeng, he has been delving further into sound design and attempting to be more expressive in his hip hop-inspired bass music. Following the covid shutdown, he travelled all around India, from mountains to oceans, which helped him carve out greater sophistication in both his music and himself.
He claims, "My method has gotten slower and deeper, with a strong connection to what I'm trying to achieve musically and the surroundings I'm in. The Transmute EP rhythms began in the mountains, concluded near the coast, and now that I'm back in the mountains, I'm ready to share them with everyone."
Chandigarh Music Producer and DJ, Mihir Raini aka Lacuna brings to the table an original style incorporating clever sound design with bad beats and big bass.
Borrowing from Hip-Hop and Bass culture, Lacuna carves out his spot as India’s most notable rising star as he gains the attention of The Wild City and Bangin’ Beats (tag) with his releases being played across India’s club and festival scene including NH7 Weekender, Ziro Festival, Bass Camp Festival and Boxout Weekender and has shared stages with a number of international artists including Daedelus, Compa, and Loefah to name a few.
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