Any fan of FUXWITHIT is undeniably a fan of capshun‘s, and for good reason. The Dallas-based artist and curator of Bonsai Collective has been a consistent force in everything ranging from trap to future bass over the last few years, and has been gaining a ton of momentum as of late, recently hitting the coveted 10K follower mark on SoundCloud.
Hot off two eclectic collaborations alongside Quiet Bison and Floret Loret, capshun looks to catapult himself to the top with the long-awaited release of his debut OKAMI EP. “Okami is an alternate name for Ametersu, who, in Japanese Shinto religion is seen as the goddess of the sun and the universe. There is a japanese Folk tale where Okami walks the earth as a wolf deity and brings miracles and basically saves Japan from destruction. I wanted to create a world that brings the elements of the goddess to life through sound,” capshun states about the six-track journey.
Featuring the two aforementioned pieces as well as four more enthralling songs sure to evoke a myriad of emotions, capshun proves to all why he’s destined for greatness. Each piece stands well on its own, and still flows cohesively from one to the next. Consistency in style and sound is capshun’s strong-suit, yet the diversity found throughout the project is a testament to the artist’s ability to innovate while remaining true to his artistic self. Providing no shortage of energy, beauty and hope, OKAMI is a breath of fresh air during these strange, isolated times. Dive in below.