Microburst Alert a.k.a Aura Borealis, from Bangalore India, enters our 420µHz Bardo line-up with a darker psytrance escapism called The Hollow. Adding to this, he is current with a full album release on Ovnimoon Records and a gig on Radio Ozora. So, trust us when we say that he lives up to the hype with this latest episode.
Following that introduction, this time around, he graces us in the shape of Microburst Alert. That’s his higher BPM alter ego that focuses on the more groovy and dark psytrance off-shoots. So, comparing his previous set called Pulsewidth, that he delivered in the form of Aura Borealis, then this is miles apart in style and tempo. Nevertheless, they are both infused with the freshness, flow, and enthusiasm that is so recognizable for this artist.
Furthermore, still keeping himself busy making music in different genres, he is currently working on several tracks under his second moniker. With so much going on and going for him, surely we can’t wait to hear the outcome of that adventure.
To that end, we are expecting more cool stuff from this side of the artist in the future and we also welcome that part of him to our WF420 family.
Finally, before moving on to the set itself… relax, enjoy, smile, and bring the harvesting clippers.
Microburst Alert Artist Bio
Experimental psy trance & ambient electronic music with psychedelic, earthly, and tribal influences. He couples this with loads of electric guitar and indigenous instruments to make it indistinguishable his.
Artist name ‘Aura Borealis’ was inspired by a song from the album ‘Waterfall Cities’ by Ozric Tentacles.
‘Microburst Alert’ is the name given for my other project, for more powerful, driving and faster music.
For bookings and contacting Microburst Alert, he can be reached through:
E-Mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
If you enjoyed this trippy 420µHz drop and want to find out more what Microburst Alert a.k.a Aura Borealis is all about, then head on over to Aura Borealis Guides Us Through A Laid Back Mixtape For The 420μHz Bardo #4.