First single from the upcoming 4-track EP Now Or Ever released on vinyl soon.
Busta – friends know him as bustaott, the general public as a radio show host at Raadio 2, a beatbox enthusiast and the number one drum’n’bass MC in Estonia.
Sander Mölder – seven years of cello tuition set the stage for Sander Mölder’s musical exploits, granular synthesis and electro-acoustics, he is now the driving force behind OYT’s music. Currently working on his masters degree in composition from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, he has played in and produced for various bands and projects. Once a member of the Estonian nu-jazz group Cosmoskva. You can catch him playing keyboards in Leslie Da Bass live outfit, doing solo live performances with a laptop and a controller or playing one of his trademark soulful eclectic DJ-sets.
S.I.N – the man behind engineering the sound of OYT is widely regarded as the number one drum’n’bass DJ and producer in Estonia who’s been active in the scene since 1998. He has been releasing drum’n’bass and dubstep originals and remixes under record labels like Spearhead, Formation, Hospital, Med School, Viper, Nemesis, World Of Drum’n’Bass, DSCI4 and others. His collabo track with Mutated Forms titled “Right Now” found it’s way on dnb icon Goldie’s FabricLive mix album in 2011. He has been working with sound for TV, radio ads & films, as well as arranging sound for various shows and performances.
OYT’s live show also adds drummer Kaspar Kalluste into the mix - he’s been banging the sticks for many of Estonia’s biggest artists and was just recently awarded with the young jazz talent of the year award!
People frequently insist that the only way to thrive in the world is to be a solid B-player, that everyone has to “earn their stripes”, “grind it out”, and “soldier on.” You must “do what’s expected of you” because “that’s what responsible people do.”
It also would explain, evolutionarily, why the depressive part of manic-depression never disappeared. The depressive part sucks, crashing sucks, I hate it so much, and I wish I could make it go away. But I think you’re literally burning from your emergency reserves, turning off many of your other core systems, and channeling all that power into your artistic or intellectual faculties. That’s where the power comes from - your body and mind are burning itself up.