The New York producer discusses his unique blend of neo-classical, traditional Middle Eastern and dub/techno.
The New York-based, RBMA 2016 alum Kamron Saniee describes himself as an “electronic and spatial music producer” making “abstract expressionist techno.” Classically trained in violin, Saniee incorporates the traditional music of his Persian heritage and Western neo-classical sounds with dub, techno, and ambient soundscapes in spatial explorative compositions. In 2017 he released his debut solo effort, the Tantric Dub EP. That same year he began hosting a monthly radio show dedicated to classical music on The Lot Radio, in which he foregrounds stylistic boundaries in the recorded repertoire. Today, guest host T. Cole Rachel, senior editor at The Creative Independent, welcomes Saniee to the studio to discuss the intersection of genres and cultures in his spatial explorations of sound.