11 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the spacey, elusive sonic mix of Reaching for Chiron, keyboardist and songwriter BIGYUKI merges pop, hip-hop, and jazz in myriad ways, surrounding himself with fine vocalists, programmers, sound designers, and especially drummers (including Justin Tyson, Louis Cato, and Marcus Gilmore). Highlights include the slow, deep bass of "Burnt n Turnt," the limping groove and flowing chordal pattern of "Missing Ones," the crystalline piano and vocal duet of "In a Spiral," and the rap verse of Javier Starks on "Simple Like You."

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the spacey, elusive sonic mix of Reaching for Chiron, keyboardist and songwriter BIGYUKI merges pop, hip-hop, and jazz in myriad ways, surrounding himself with fine vocalists, programmers, sound designers, and especially drummers (including Justin Tyson, Louis Cato, and Marcus Gilmore). Highlights include the slow, deep bass of "Burnt n Turnt," the limping groove and flowing chordal pattern of "Missing Ones," the crystalline piano and vocal duet of "In a Spiral," and the rap verse of Javier Starks on "Simple Like You."

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