One of Israel’s finest musical exports, Dylan Tauber, is quickly making a name for himself in the music industry. The talented artist presents his second installment of “Sounds From Space.” The electronic/ambient EP delivers atmospheric productions with sharp synths, uplifting melodies, and ethereal arrangements.
“Sounds From Space 2” takes the listener on a musical journey with a distinctive electronic style combined with an ambient, cinematic sound. From the powerful and emotion-evoking “Ambience of India” to the upbeat and motivating “Call Me The Sun”, Dylan Tauber delivers melodic bliss combined with ear-gracing instrumentation. This talented artist maintains a fully charged arsenal of high octane music that supports the fact that he is set to make a strong impact on the music
industry, as well as the charts. This release is a testament to Tauber’s versatility as a producer and his innate talent. Dylan’s sound is inspired by his travels around the world, especially at a remote Pacific island’s turquoise lagoon. As Tauber continues to release music, he is an artist to keep an eye and ear out for.
About Dylan Tauber
Dylan Tauber is an award-winning electronic musician, cyber artist, photographer, and author, who after graduating from Columbia University in 1996, has been based in NYC, Jerusalem, Miami, a remote island in the southwestern Pacific, and now in northern Israel.
Tauber has been producing music, artwork, and writing since he began his prolific 24 year career in 1996 with the ambitious Double Mirrors anthology, which includes a book, photo slideshows, soundtrack, and companion website at www.DoubleMirrors.com. The Double Mirrors project evolves years later, as Tauber continues to explore the cyber-spiritual revolution.
In addition to releasing twelve ambient/electronica/trance music albums (all 12 for free download) through his Son of Waves Studios music label, Dylan runs a network
of 21 websites which include an online imaging/photo gallery, and a video archive. This network of websites has reached over 4.5 million page views since 1996.