Ambient electronic music lends itself perfectly to the practise of Yoga. Never before has it been demonstrated better than at the Future Sound Of Yoga sessions, where co creator Matt Singmin DJ's live electronic music while Angel Singmin choreographs and guides you through a perfect build of flowing Yoga poses. FSOY is a perfect combination of meditation, flow Yoga and deep electronic ambient music. I've tried it myself and it's a wonderful experience. You don't need to be good at Yoga, you just need a yoga mat and an open mind - everything else will take care of itself. You'll leave feeling light, rested and buzzing.
Matt also produces electronic music under the name Solon, and uses these compositions in his FSOY DJ sets. Matt has a great studio (see picture below) and makes use of some killer pieces of studio kit. His speakers of choice are the Focal Twin 6's but also uses Genelec and Avantone mixcubes for reference. You'll also spot some nice analogue keyboards by Dave Smith and some vintage Roland Synths and Drum machines in his set up. Matt mixes everything through an SSL Sigma summing mixer to get that big studio sound. Make sure you check out the Solan link below.
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The Future Sound of Yoga is the creation of Angel and Matt Singmin - two music passionate yogis that met by chance in the dance tent at Glastonbury while watching the Chemical Brothers. The project was born on 15 Jan 2010 when they ran an experimental yoga/dance session in Sydney, which fused together their shared passion for movement and cutting edge music. The experience struck a chord with yoga + music lovers alike, providing an alternative night out experience where people could move, dance and self-express.
Since then they have toured extensively around Australia, performing at both music festivals (Peats Ridge, Playground Weekender, Splendour in the Grass) and the major yoga festivals (Byron Spirit, Bodhi, the Phoenix Weekend). On the international stage, they have been featured at the Bali Spirit Festival, the Hawaii Spirit Festival and the Hong Kong Asia Yoga Conference, as well as in London where they held a weekly Saturday night residency at the Life Centre through the summer of 2011. Today they continue to be based in Sydney running regular events in the city.
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