We took three experimental artists on a journey to capture sounds from the places that inspire them the most: from Mumbai to Tatarstan.

Watch & Listen

Retrace the family roots of experimental producer and beatboxer Mitya as he travels to ancient settlements in the Tatar region of Central Russia in search of forgotten songs. Take some time to watch the full documentary on redbull.com/music and listen to the whole album Mitya recorded during his journey on Bandcamp.

Mitya – Omen Over Sky (Searching For Sound)

Nearly a decade ago, Simón Mejía of Bomba Estereo built a studio in Colombia’s Palenque region. Now he goes back to reconnect with his collaborators from that time, and to explore the musical developments that have arose since. Join him to explore the links between traditional Latin music, African drum beats, and the current champeta scene. Lean back and watch the full documentary on redbull.com/music.

Bomba Estéreo just released Amanecer Remixed, a collection of remixes from Latin electronica’s leading producers including Toy Selectah and Nicola Cruzon. The original album, the GRAMMY-nominated Amanecer, has now been certified Platinum in Colombia. you can stream Amanecer Remixed on iTunes and Spotify.

Simón Mejía – Majaná (Searching For Sound)

Trek through the streets of Bombay with electronic music maker Sandunes as she creates new sounds in old spaces using traditional recording techniques – in collaboration with a range of female artists who are shifting the music perspective in India today. The full in-depth documentary is now available on redbull.com/music.

Sandunes – Switching Rails (Searching For Sound)

Click into this field, then press any letter on your keyboard to activate the samples collected and recorded by Sandunes, Mitya and Simon Mejia during their Searching for Sound journeys. Powered by Patatap – a portable animation and sound kit created by Jono Brandel and Lullatone.

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