Denver-based production wizards Skysia and illoh have combined forces to bring fans an ethereal, heart-melter in “Fragments”. Skysia is a self-taught pianist, filmmaker, and rising star music producer. Known for his soothing, earthy style, […]
Skysia is a self-taught pianist, filmmaker, and rising star music producer. Known for his soothing, earthy style, Skysia has shared his healing sounds with unique festivals such as Elements, Sonic Springs (where he was actually one of the main headliners), Kaya Project and Lucidity. Having shared the stage with huge artists like Of The Trees, CloZee and Liquid Stranger, Skysia’s ability to take listeners on a sonically-translucent journey is hard to come by these days.
Wubaholics artist illoh has been perfecting his craft behind the scenes. Drawing inspiration from artists like Mersiv and the late, great CharlesTheFirst, illoh creates beautiful blends of freeform, organic bass, and dubstep that paint a cosmically-pleasing picture in the minds of the listener as they are transported through time and space. Most notably, his filthy collab flip of A$AP Rocky’s “Pe$o” with remix king Tape B has been making waves in the underground bass community. He has performed at multiple underground bass festivals such as Sound Haven, Sol Fest, and Interstellar.
The combination of these two artists’ healing frequencies, earthy textures, and journey-like styles makes “Fragments” a spiritual showstopper. Skysia and illoh blend angelic vocals and peaceful atmospheres with the darker, natural basses and textures that transport us to the inner depths of the forest. Their ability to seamlessly transition between moods and sounds will leave listeners’ jaws glued to the floor.
Here’s what Skysia had to say about his new collab with illoh:
“Floating through realities. Fragmented spaces and alternate timelines. We find ourselves lost within a forest. Distant voices pull us toward the void. As the mist clears, we see reality is crumbling. Pieces fall apart only to come together again as something new emerges from the fragments.”
We can’t wait to hear what’s next from these two promising artists. What did you think of “Fragments” by Skysia and illoh? Let us know in the comments below or on our social media!