2016-05-02T15:35:48-04:00 2016-05-02T14:39:02-04:00

Take a trip to Soda Island with co-founder Ramzoid's "Nature Nurture"

Feeling in need of an exotic getaway? Look no further than the latest from Ramzoid, appropriately titled “Nature Nature.”  The futuristic, fluid, and avant-garde track embodies the sense of discovering a fascinating new place and is the third chapter in 'A Trip To Soda Island.' Soda Island is home to the online collective of producers including Grynpyret (Sweden), Spire (Western Australia), Izzard (Pennsylvania), RefraQ (UK), Avionics (Germany), Arian Cook (Western Australia), and Ramzoid (Canada), most of whom have never actually met face in the real world.  Step inside Ramzoid’s imagination as he describes the set of “Nature Nature” which takes place in the underwater library on Soda Island:

“One of the first things we notice when leaving the shores is the incredible variety of plants and creatures that inhabit the island. Thanks to our map we’ve been able to find one of the ancient and most important structures that holds information regarding this cosmos--The Underwater Library, where remains of the Carbonaenciclopedia are preserved. The Underwater Library is a huge archive of documents and tales from ages past, like the Mono / Stereo Age and the Wi-Fi Pinnacle era. In the Library, the complex biology that distinguishes every living creature is classified and analyzed for its function and features, as well as its “spectral echo”--a sonic vibration that creates inaudible resonance.”

Explore the archives of the underwater library on Soda Island by streaming "Nature Nurture" below and be sure to follow Ramzoid and Soda Island to keep up along the journey.

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