Taking influences from West Coast Glitch styles, Hip Hop, Future Bass and deep Dubstep, Cycles is all about human ritual. It’s about staying grounded, renewal, and the importance of coming together to create. Merging crunked out hip hop with vocals from Vancouver’s diversely talented beat boxer, MC, producer and DJ, Shamik in ‘Switch the Tip’ and focusing on melodically sequenced melodies and wide evolving pads laid over a fat 808 in collaboration with Calgary’s classical pianist, Alliekat on ‘Rooftop Nocturne’, Jnana sets course with a diverse sound that remains distinctly his own. The third track of the EP ‘Country Crunk‘ blends tight guitar riffs with high-energy basslines and spacey resampled harmonicas. Never losing sight of quality, Cycles stays true to Jnana’s form with technical bass edits, clean, spacious mixes and crisp hard hitting percussion.