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Musically and Philosophically Satisfying

I used to think just Haywyre’s music was impeccable until I stumbled across his deep and creative mind for words. This album portrays this side of him even clearer, having philosophical meaning everywhere. Being Two Fold Part 2, it unsuspectingly challenges and differs from the well loved sounds of the first “Two Fold Part 1”.

This time around we hear different things and encounter an entirely different world; one that starts out as a society of almost programmed, robotic people that declare “I Am Me” and “I Am You” and that “proceed to the center” together in a singular group identity without individual identities even in question. After the track “Restraint” introduces the lyrics about the interconnectedness of the notions of absence and presence, the people realize what is absent possibly in one of them is present in the other and that being different from each other is ultimately satisfying because there is still underlying unity. Following the people’s commenced “Impulse”, we see them finally holding onto this idea of being different in “Do You Don’t You” where the lyrics keep begging questions to help them decipher their differences like “Do you hear what I hear?” and “Do you care if I care?” The obvious answer is “No” because we’re all beautifully different. The album continues on with the pattern of song titles that are mirror around the center piece of “Do You Don’t You”, each of them being an opposite one after the other (“Restraint” and then “Impulse”, “Transient” and then “Endlessly”. We find a satisfying close in Endlessly that proclaims infinite meaning and worth inside of the varying complexities of this world.

So, not only is this album musically profound, but philosophically underestimated and deeply moving. Congratulations Haywyre on a musical masterpiece. I hope this work of art gets the attention it deserves.


Do you don't you is literally #bestsongever
Haywyre did it again!!!

So Ready

Haywyre is such an underrated, talented artist. I've been hyped for this album for such a long time, and it's finally here! I know he won't disappoint.


Born: Lafayette, IN

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Haywyre is the solo project of Martin Vogt, an electronic musician who fuses classical and jazz piano training with an ear for 21st century electronic production. His songs have a laid-back yet adventurous feel, drawing from dubstep and glitch-hop while maintaining a melodic focus. Vogt was born in Lafayette, Indiana but grew up in Austria, where he started taking piano lessons at the age of seven and was first exposed to jazz and hip-hop. He moved back to America in 2008 and started creating music...
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