Releases

Ergot Curry

One of the West Coast’s most dynamic and original producers is back with his first full-length album, Ergot Curry, under the name Andreilien. Neuro-bass music with glitches and funk, paying equal homage to blues, jazz, calypso and Asian garage music as it does to modern influences of drum & bass, dub and glitch hop.​
Andreilien aka Andrei Olenev first emerged as Heyoka on the San Francisco underground glitch/bass scene in 2006. By 2009, he was touring extensively and quickly became a staple sound in the rapidly growing bass music scene of North America. With a constantly evolving, original style, he stands out amongst bass music producers as one who keeps the vibe going strong while venturing to explore new realms of sonic experience.
Playing live sets of his own original tracks, his music has been described as a journey through fractal soundscapes and alternate realms, while riding the waves of fat glitch beats and earth rumbling sub bass. His production quality continues to elevate and surprise even the most sophisticated ears to electronic music, with his use of found sound, analog modular synthesis, custom NI Reaktor synths, and a variety of plugins. Get ready for a journey into a land of fractal sound.
st’s most dynamic and original producers is back with his first full-length album, Ergot Curry, under the name Andreilien. Neuro-bass music with glitches and funk, paying equal homage to blues, jazz, calypso and Asian garage music as it does to modern influences of drum & bass, dub and glitch hop.​
Andreilien aka Andrei Olenev first emerged as Heyoka on the San Francisco underground glitch/bass scene in 2006. By 2009, he was touring extensively and quickly became a staple sound in the rapidly growing bass music scene of North America. With a constantly evolving, original style, he stands out amongst bass music producers as one who keeps the vibe going strong while venturing to explore new realms of sonic experience.
Playing live sets of his own original tracks, his music has been described as a journey through fractal soundscapes and alternate realms, while riding the waves of fat glitch beats and earth rumbling sub bass. His production quality continues to elevate and surprise even the most sophisticated ears to electronic music, with his use of found sound, analog modular synthesis, custom NI Reaktor synths, and a variety of plugins. Get ready for a journey into a land of fractal sound.

 

Antikythera

Andreilien returns with an EP of fresh dubbed out tunes, this time exploring some deeper downtempo realms with Tafoni and Dreamonoid and then blasting off into dreadlocked psychedelic psy-fi spaces where many minds have been lost and everything on earth has sprung a leak, seeping deeper and deeper into fractal jungles and then flittering away with a bounce to trippy dub riddims.

 

Dub Iteration

One of the west coasts most dynamic producers is back with a new name and some very fresh new sounds that can only be described as Heyoka refined into Andreilien as part of his contribution to our evolution in the next Baktun. The debut Andreilien EP, Dub Iteration bleeps out sonar signals to the universe, making squiggly communication contributions to the noosphere that act as command signals to other tripped out bass freaks, inspiring freakish movements and lots of bouncing.

Dub Iteration includes tunes that will be listed under Glitch Hop, Drum & Bass and even Dubstep, however the EP draws on island vibes of all sorts, reinterpreting Dub, Ska & Reggae into future wobbly bass anthems of like Irieteration and Electric Kombucha Explosion.

Intergalactic Carnival

On Intergalactic Carnival, Heyoka explores sixties garage, seventies funk, and carousel & circus tunes from the late 1800’s and takes them to a futuristic Star Wars colony psychedelic funk bar for martians and other intergalactic bass funk explorers.

Mandelbass

Heyoka manages to stand out amongst bass music producers with a cult like following due to his unique take on all things ‘Glitch’ and ‘Bass’ centric. In the past few years Heyoka has been taking elements of Glitch Hop, Grime, Drum & Bass, Dubstep, and now Blues and Jazz and turned them on their heads repeatedly and emerging at times like the audio version of synthesized dimethyltryptamine and other times creating walls of sound that provide a full body massage and relieve pressure on the extremities.

Cosmic Boogie

In the past three years Heyoka has been taking elements of Glitch Hop, Grime, Drum & Bass and Dubstep and turned them on their heads repeatedly and emerging at times like the audio conversion of synthesized dimethyltryptamine and other times creating walls of sound that provide a full body massage and relieve pressure on the extremities. One undeniably consistent element that is heard from anywhere he has toured or been submitted for review, is that the Heyoka experience is a bass lovers delight.

 

Marklar

Marklar

“Heyoka’s signature sounds of dubbed out, glitchy bass tracks and instrumental Hip Hop are ever present on ‘Marklar’ only this time they’re accented with crunchy dance beats and even venture into Drum & Bass and Electro Bass arenas. Heyoka made his brand international this year playing festivals in Australia, Canada and being ever present at US club nights & festivals. His early influences in Downtempo, Dub and IDM combined with more recent mid-tempo dancefloor genres have helped create a very unique sound that combines relentless basslines, hip hop and dub rhythms with a lot of musicality and melody. The continual evolution of Heyoka’s productions and his ability to continue to sound uniquely ‘Heyoka’ is evidence that the road for this young producer is going to be a long and prosperous one.”

Gate Code

GateCode

“One of Muti Music hottest new artists makes his mark again after a very successful debut year in 2008, this time with an album of his signature sounds of dubbed out, glitchy bass tracks and instrumental Hip Hop.
Mostly composed while on a trip to Uruguay in Jan 2009 Heyoka has delivered a trippy , dubbed out sets of tracks that show homage to oldschool dub while playing with modern glitch effects and instrumental hip hop, the result is a listen that could find your mind drifting into unfamiliar spaces that may surprise many.”