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Futexture


Futexture at The Festival of GnarniaFutexture is the exploration of (trans)personal experience through sound.

Transmuting subtle vibrational awareness into tangible auditory form is the logical evolution of a lifelong musical obsession for David Krantz, a 23 year old multi-instrumentalist and producer, based out of Asheville, NC.

Combining the rhythmic appeal of dubstep, hip hop, and house with melodic dreamscapes, creative sound design, and acoustic instrumentation, Futexture skillfully weaves a futuristic blend of glitchy bass-heavy IDM and jazzy techstep into a forward thinking sound that defies classification. Transcending the typical barriers between electronic and more traditional composition, this unique sonic synthesis is equally suited for both headphones and the dancefloor. Exceptional command over detail, depth of expression, and the ability to perform in a multitude of settings leaves the future looking very bright for this emerging artist.

The much anticipated debut album “The Science of How Things Unfold” (April 2012 – Afro Monk Records) showcases Futexture’s technical talents and inspired song writing at a variety of tempos. Spanning the full range between dancefloor ready tracks and thought-provoking downtempo tunes, the album explores a variety of emotions and musical forms in a distinct and mature style – something rare to find in a producer so young. Like a deep breath of fresh air on a cool mountain morning, Futexture’s music invigorates the mind, reenergizes the spirit, and invites you to fully immerse yourself in the timeless splendor of now.