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Estate by Datahowler

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Atom Blues by Datahowler

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t’s been a while since I’ve found a multidisciplinary artist who is just as good at what they do visually as what they do audibly. Cue Datahowler, the moniker of Ross Edman, a man of many hats. In addition to the beautiful music Datahowler produces, he’s a really talented designer as well, delving into really inspiring album artwork, typography, photography, and more.

What I love most about Datahowler’s aesthetic is that everything works together seamlessly. When you hear his music, and then you see the artwork he produces for it, it all makes sense. A flawless brand symbiosis worth experiencing. So be sure to keep your eyes peeled, as he’ll be dropping a new album called Slowdrifter fairly soon [see album artwork above]. In the meantime, be sure to hit up his soundcloud, as you can grab a few of these tracks as free downloads.

Also, I feel it’s worth mentioning that Datahowler’s track, Atom Blues will be featured in an upcoming episode of Nueva Forma’s Listening Pleasures (episode 10). Stay tuned, and enjoy.

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October 11, 2010

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Michael

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    Damn, this is really cool work. I’d heard of Datahowler before, but didn’t know he was the designer behind the graphics/imagery too.

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    rent

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      Team Colorcubic

      Yeah, he’s a man of many talents. It’s always really impressive to me, to see this kind of multidisciplinary skill in an individual.

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      Michael

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    Team Colorcubic

    Love the various type used on the Slow Drifter album art, and oh my, those colors. Then when you actually hear the music, it’s pretty much an ‘oh my god this all makes sense’ experience. :)

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