Raz Olsher, better known on the music scene by his stage-name, Bassically, and yes that is his stage-name I can confirm has released a new track called ‘Isan Molam’ which is taken from his new album, Audio Diaries.
Throughout his musical career, he was worked with numerous big names in the music business such as 6Music DJ/Producer Giles Peterson, Lemar, M.J Cole, and Guy Gerber to name but a few.
Audio Diaries was written whilst he was in quarantine on a remote beach in Thailand (lucky for some) earlier this year in April. And whilst there he took an opportunity on himself to write a track a day, once finished he then whittled it down to 13 selected tracks. His album, Audio Diaries was born.
Isan Molam, straight from the go, is a hypnotic fusion of ambient sounds mixed together with electronic dance, trip-hop, and jazzy beats, all combined with musical flavors of Thailand. The song itself is over 5 minutes long and can best be described as somewhat addictive listening.
If ever you wanted a track to simply kick-back, listen to, and unwind or dance to on the dance floor (until then it’s the bedroom floor I’m afraid) this is one to do it to and enjoy.