Random Rab kicked off the month with a fresh record. “Anew” is available now on all major streaming platforms.
The 16-piece collection took the #5 spot on the iTunes electronic charts within the first 24 hours of being released. “Anew” stands its ground in the well-deserved ranking. Rab brings his signature, restorative production touches to new levels in this fine-tuned masterpiece. Whether you’re going to play this album as background music for tonight’s vinyasa flow, or embrace its lusciousness throughout your next hour-long drive; you’re sure to discover beautiful sounds that create a whole new definition of spiritual bliss through musicality.
Listen to Random Rab’s “Anew” now:
“The theme of this album is likely my most personal and “song-based” album yet. Lots of lyrical content and structure. For the most part, I would say this album is minimal. I tried to pull out all the layers that seemed unnecessary and pare the songs down to their most basic elements.”Random Rab via his website
“Anew” was self-proclaimed by Rab himself to start out dark, and evolve into a more uplifting, cinematic experience. Random Rab’s first body of work dates all the way back to 1999. If you’re digging the vibe, there’s a whole world of psychedelic Rab merchandise available for purchase on his artist website, sign up to his newsletter for more updates while you’re there.
Oh, and did we mention he’s commencing a tour following “Anew”s drop? Find him in a city near you throughout the next few months.
3.3.19 – Envision Festival – Uvita, CR
3.7.19 – Chop Shop – Chicago,IL
3.8.19 – The Stache – Grand Rapids, MI
3.9.19 – Octave – Covington, KY
3.14.19 – The Back Corner – Nashville, TN
3.15.19 – Asheville Music Hall – Asheville, NC
3.16.19 – Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
3.22.19 – TBA
3.23.19 – COSM – Wappinger, NY
4.26.19 – Wildwood Center – Lacygny, KS
4.27.19 – IDL Ballroom – Tulsa, OK
5.11.19 – Red Rocks Amphitheater – Morrison, CO
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