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HARTYGA (Tuvan rock), Arrington De Dionyso

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HARTYGA (Psychedelic Ethno-Rock from Tuva), Arrington De Dionyso

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In 2008 HARTYGA (which in Tuvan means Falcon), made their debut at Ustuu-Khuree. The group uses traditional Tuvan instruments and throat singing, combining it with the rhythms and instruments of jazz and rock. Their fusion of Western modernity and ancient nomadic culture pushes the boundaries of the contemporary sound of Tuva.

In May 2017, HARTYGA's album "Agitator" was among the top 10 most downloaded world music albums on the World Music Chart Europe

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"Sometimes psychedelic, sometimes jazzy, sometimes the essence of rock’n’roll the quintet are a band that needs to be on every playlist anywhere in the world even if only to pull out when you fancy a whisky to rasp a sore throat." - Tim Whale, Emerging Indie Bands

"It's fresh and solid talent; powerful sound rich in frequencies and soaked in overtones." - Yuri Lnogradsky, Jazz.ru

“HARTYGA's sounds are so attractive because of their desire to create something unique, special. They do not aspire to adapt their music to masses. They just play root songs like they hear, and there is magic happens. They make sincere phonation. HARTYGA force you to think about the roots of the jazz-fusion, psychedelic and hard rock. And the single thought that appears in your mind if there is a possibility that these genres grew from Tuvan folk?” - DA Vision

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Arrington De Dionyso

An uncompromising voice in contemporary music, Arrington de Dionyso integrates ancient soundmaking techniques with trans-modernist inquiries into the nature of consciousness. His propulsive improvisations utilize voice and reeds (primarily bass clarinets and his invention the Bromiophone) as multiphonic tools in the navigation of liminal spaces between shamanic seance and rock and roll ecstasy.

While deeply rooted in the punk inclination to tear down musical standards in an effort for liberation, Arrington's music weds no-wave iconoclasm to the spiritual searching of Albert Ayler era free jazz along with more indigenous approaches to improvisation, reaching for an unveiling of primordially potent universalities. His compositions embrace sounds as colors, placing emphasis on the complimentary spectrums- from circular overtones whispered through bamboo flutes to the penetrating deep and guttural howls of amplified throatsinging- all with the lungs of an athlete.

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