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One World One People, Brian Wayy's debut album under the Xcultures moniker, is an ambitious new age/world music fusion project of broader musical scope than contemporaries like Deep Forest or Enigma. Rather than restricting himself to a few musical sources and concentrating on one unified mood, Wayy draws his samples from all over the globe: you might hear a Japanese koto, percussion from Morocco or Senegal, chanting from Morocco or from the monasteries of Russia, Indian tabla and sitar, Scottish folk instruments, and more. It all varies from cut to cut, held together by Wayy's travelogue-ish vision, lush ambient synths, and electronic trance beats. Part of the profits from the CD go to various world-hunger causes.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Producer Brian Wayy is the mastermind behind Xcultures, an ethnic fusion project designed to meld a variety of world music samples with ethereal ambient synths and contemporary electronic beats. The sound is similar to Deep Forest or Enigma, but drawing from a wider palette of indigenous influences, from Scottish folk and Russian monastic chanting to Moroccan and West African vocal and percussion styles. Wayy began forming his production expertise during the late '80s, when he worked as a remixer,...
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