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Track Review Feature: Khyaam Haque-The Raging Sea

Release Date: September 21, 2018
Label: Independent


Khyaam Haque is a pianist and composer based out of Chicago, Illinois and primarily composes classical, new age, and electronic music. His inspiration transpired from the cinematic moments of his own life experiences. (the excerpt is taken from the artist website)

Minutiae of an Iridescent Mind is the latest release from Khyaam Haque. The focal point is the first single from the album titled “The Raging Sea.”

Knowing very little about some of the artists I cover makes it an intriguing experience. What I found listening to “The Raging Sea” was that once again, I have had the pleasure and opportunity to discover yet another compelling artist.

I certainly was left wanting for more after I heard “The Raging Sea.” The track is very atmospheric and it builds as it goes along, kind of like a wave that turns into an entire sea raging crashing against the shoreline. Khyaam’s piano is beautiful and when he adds a layer of synthesizer it gives another feel and tempo. That additional layer, for my ears anyway, made it more exciting and eventful.

Once you hear “The Raging Sea” I have no doubt you will want to hear the entire album Minutiae of an Iridescent Mind.

Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck
October 8, 2018


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