Hosini ()


Still in the beginnings of his career, Hosini is already hotly tipped by heavyweights and is perpetuating the hype with every release. Not one to seek the spotlight, he has already earned attention from DJs and listeners around the world with releases on some on the scenes most prestigious and innovative labels.

Hosini first turned heads in 2016 when his track Lucid Dreams received a sultry remix from All Day I Dream regulars Gorje Hewek & Izhevski and was rinsed by the likes of Lee Burridge, Martin Roth, Darin Epsilon, Lost Desert, and Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1.

After a self released project with frequent collaborator Jones, Hosini was welcomed to the industry leading Anjunadeep with a three track EP titled ‘Syna’ to close out 2017. The percussive dubby track Laomedeia was a Burning Man hit, receiving spins from Gab Rhome, GHIZ, and Dom Donnelly. Fully on the radar of dreamy house fans, Hosini was beginning his melodic ascent.

As constant supporters of Hosini’s, GHIZ’s label Shanti Radio Moscow was the logical destination for his next release. The track Kyla, a groovy piece with fluttering vocals, appeared on the Compilation of Peace in the summer of 2018. Seasoned ears yet again fell for the track with maestro Hernan Cattaneo, David Hohme, and Sebastien Leger providing full support.

Through all his music endeavors, Hosini also has proven his academic excellence by completing two Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Statistics, as well as a Masters degree in Machine Learning. His sharp mind pervades his music with evidently meticulous attention to detail and skillfully delicate sounds and textures.

His 2018 Soul Search EP on the burgeoning label XYZ is the Swede’s most complete work to date: The minimal, atmospheric dub of Soul Search leads the release; the emotive, groove oriented Centauri develops the story; the melodic, floating Syd completes it with eyes closed and a grin. With an upcoming remix for Sag & Tre, and several gems to be released in 2019, the stage is set for the methodical Swede.

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