If you tried to describe Outersect’s music to my parents, they probably wouldn’t understand. That’s one of the reasons we love his new EP Kinnari.
Behind the appellation Outersect is Rob Rayle of the San Francisco Bay Area. Mom and Dad surely wouldn’t call it the devils music but they would be just as perplexed by his psychedelic electronic fusion that integrates psychill, 70s progressive rock, and downtempo bass. On his two-track EP Kinnari, Rayle brings union to acoustic instrumentation and digital resonance.
The leading track, “Kinnari,” swells with waves of bass like that of Desert Dwellers or Ott and crashes with a rhythmic close of electronic strings. A gentle build follows with “Lovely Mourning,” carrying a bouncy flow that feels like bubbles popping overhead, releasing an uplifted air of shear delight. Enter the movement of sonic exploration that is Outerserct below!