Anyone paying attention to the world of NFTs knows that musicians are flocking to it left, right and centre with astonishing passion. Within the independent cyberworld, there appears to be an interesting mix of completely unheard of musicians as well as well-known legends in the mainstream scene. The scene has seen support from legends such as Kings of Leon, 3LAU, Grimes and many more names as well as one of the lesser-known producers, Clarian, who actually historically beat Kings Of Leon to the first NFT album sale by just one day.
However, naturally, we’ve been eager to see what the community would mean for other rising artists and their work. Well, according to ambient jazz creator, NiftySax, good things. His latest album, Spheres was sold out on the Opensea platform in just 10 hours and in total, his work has generated more than 29 Etherum (roughly 53 000 pounds at the time of writing). The album will be available to the public on mainstream audio platforms as of the 4th of February via Legato Music however the producer has revealed one track – ‘Proxima Centuari’ as an Instagrat ahead of the album.
“After Nifty Sax Genesis, which was the purest form of expression and as such, sometimes quite dissonant, I wanted to create something more accessible. I call Nifty Sax Spheres “collectable music from a higher dimension”. Like Genesis, each piece is a stream of consciousness, but this time channelled towards only one direction: peacefulness. The name of the collection comes from the concept of the music of the spheres, or Musica Universalis. The intent behind the music is to connect myself and the listener to the sound of the cosmos, and to relax and meditate.” – NiftySax on the creation of his latest (and also upcoming) album.
Download: ‘Proxima Centauri’