Point Loma-born Govinda (aka Austin-based producer Shane Madden) says he’s on a quest to “raise the global vibration through elevated musical and artistic experiences.”
In 2012, he released his album Resonance, a chilled out, liquid gypsy ayahuasca vision loaded with bouncey world bass, next level glitch ticks, live violin leads, and sultry (if not heady) vocals by Rosey, Krystyn Pixton, and Irina Mikhailova.
“Resonance explores decadent and mysterious worlds of sound,” says Madden.
“The gritty basses and twisted wobbles will take you deeper down the rabbit hole. The soaring, transcendent melodies will guide you into a divine dance. Your ears will be enchanted by the whimsical music boxes and hammering dulcimers. Your mind will be enhanced by the grinding basses and serpentine oscillators.”