Alexander Shulga creates some fantastic music under his moniker Sun's Kalpa. His first solo album "One" is an experiment in which the music is not the goal, but a way of depicting the continuous search for new vibrations, combinations and sounds.
The experimental producer fuses an array of samples and instruments that include the violin, Djembe, Cajon, celesta and Kalimba that make for a unique listening experience. Fresh and forward-thinking yet always approachable with clear and precise steps that expand the musical consciousness.
Today we're sharing "Inconstancy" my favourite song from the album. Sun's Kalpa explains the story behind the track:
The first name of this song was "Shiva". Initially, the album had a lot of names taken from the spiritual concepts of East, but in fact, I had to pick up more understandable ones and remove any attachment to religious dogmas. "Inconstancy" was recorded in a small attic room in the tea club. Also, "Free" and "Revival Rain" were recorded there. I got lucky with this place as it was in the center of Kiev, where other artists could easily come and participate in the creation of the album. Later I moved the Studio to the house on the Kiev storage reservoir.