Timur Haziev’s ‘Odissi’ is an experimental audio journey from the ancient past to the
distant future in which he transformed the eternal path of humanity into a dance with
Timur Haziev is a Tatar London-based music producer, generative music researcher and digital
art experimentator. London College of Music alumni Timur has produced music under several
pseudonyms and lately decided to release a debut album under his real name. In past years,
Timur led the development of a generative music digital product, researched sonification
methods and appliances in art projects, and experimented with generative audio and digital visual art.
On ‘Odissi’, his debut, Timur’s music experiments go through a wide genre spectrum from
techno, industrial and uk garage to lo-fi abstract trap and downtempo – odyssey through the
history of electronic music. His music is a collage that blends synth harmonies, noise-infected
textures, glitchy percussions and multi-genre electronic beats.
Timur is armed with the principles of semiology and immerses the listener in the imaginary visual,
the sequence of journey scenes inspired by Homer, Dante, Joyce and Kubrick.
Written by: Alejandro Serrano