Multi-disciplinary artist, composer and vocalist K a r r y n her debut album The Quanta Series. Written and recorded over a seven year period, The Quanta Series tracks K a r r y n's movements across continents on a voyage of self-examination. Beginning in 2011 following the death of two relatives in Aleppo, K a r r y n left her native LA for Cherry Valley, upstate New York to process her grief in seclusion. During the 18 months she lived in Cherry Valley, K a r r y n wrote two songs for The Quanta Series. The first was a visceral, emotional piece re-corded in one take called Today I Read Your Life Story 11:11. The second, a musing on impermanence and understanding the impact of our choices called Segment and the Line. Over the years that followed, K a r r y n spent time living in Berlin where she wrote Purga-Tory, a song inspired by a memory from her childhood spent in the Forty Mountains of Idlib province in Syria. As she travelled, she found inspiration everywhere, leaning into her own famil-ial legacy, feelings of grief and love and observations on human interaction. A deep connection to her lineage is a concurrent theme in K a r r y n's work, with an interpretation of traditional Armenian folk song Ambets Grorav present on the album plus a beautiful choral patchwork called Mirror Me providing an introspective break in the album - a track about “facing your-self, the good, the bad; searching for the parts in us that have been lost.” After a steady drip feed of songs released to widespread acclaim, including Alppeo and Bi-Nary, the first two singles released under her artist moniker in 2017.
2LP - Double Clear Vinyl with Download. Side D Etched.