Gyspy-dubstep pioneer, digital maestro, eclectic DJ.
Winter Rose Haiku:
anonymi presents a deeply personal journey in three parts. Walked alone, two winters past, in distant lands. Dubstep from the heart. Deep, melodic and narrative.
1. A Winter Rose Falls
2. In the Cold Wind from the Ben
3. Footprints left in Snow
All material is copyright anonymi / Topher Dagg 2009. No unauthourised duplication, thanks.
"An excellent balance between tonal complexity and melodic simplicity ...superbly detailed and progressive pieces of music that do away with many structural cliches or kitsch subgenre sounds." Muttley - The Dastardly Diaries
"What Anonymi brings is an ability to layer rhythms with incredible intricacy...Monkeybotherer has the depth, the contrast of light and shade and the melodic presence to lift it beyond its influences." Cyclic Defrost Magazine
anonymi tunes have been commissioned for local and international circus / dance performances as well as being heard in clubs and festivals. He has worked particularly with Canopy Trapeze (Georgia, USA) and tePOOKa (Scotland). He self-produced two full length CD collections : The Voice From Nowhere (2001-2002) and Song of the Liondog (2003) before releasing his first 'proper' album through Little Rascal Records , 'Monkeybotherer'.
anonymi has produced remixes for U.S. fiddler Andrew Heaton (Packway Handle Band, forthcoming release) and the Weird Attractors (Adrenaline Soup, Earshot Recordings). His Aurora/Venturi tracks formed the debut release for Digibeats Music while 'Dance of the Yakusaru' was featured on the Subvert:Digital Soundclash II.
released August 17, 2010
[c] Topher Dagg, 2009
[p] Little Rascal Records, 2010