Emancipator Drops “Himalayan” Ahead of Album Release

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If you are looking for some soothing beats during a chaotic time, look no further than Emancipator and his new single “Himalayan.”


When I wrote about the Mountain of Memory album announcement from Emancipator a month ago, I noted the following, “I personally listen to Appling’s music when I’m looking for some natural grounding, and also when I feel the need to get up and move.” Well, that statement could not be more true today.

In a chaotic time where events and tours are being cancelled, I’m thankful to have Emancipator sending new tunes our way. And, wow, are these perfect for helping to feel grounded as much as they are good to get up and dance. Some deal with stress by cuddling in a ball and others need to move. Me? A little of both. Enter Emancipator!

When the album was announced, the first single, “Labyrinth,” was released. A couple of weeks later he quietly sent us the second single, “Iron Ox.” And today is the final teaser before the album release, the single, “Himalayan.”

The new album will drop April 3 on Loci Records and the latest single “Himalayan” is out now for your listening pleasure. Of the album, Appling says, “[It] has a loose narrative of rising from the swamps, to the summit of a mountain, and the journey of enlightenment in between. By the end of the album, you are standing atop the Mountain of Memory.”

Take a listen to “Himalayan” on your favorite platform and stay tuned for the full release of Mountain of Memory.

Stream Emancipator – “Himalayan” on Spotify:


Emancipator - Mountain of Memory

Mountain of Memory – Tracklist:

  1. Alligator
  2. Pollo Sneeps
  3. Waxin
  4. Dodo
  5. Blue Dream
  6. Awakenings
  7. Iron Ox
  8. Currents
  9. Labyrinth
  10. Chiefin
  11. Forged
  12. Snakes And Ladders
  13. She Gone To The River
  14. Himalayan

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Jared, aka JSkolie, was introduced to electronic music in the 1990’s by way of Orbital. He raved in parks and fields in South Florida where the entirety of the production was a DJ in a box truck. Now living in NYC, he attended his first Above & Beyond show in 2016 and his life has never been the same. Jared has been energized by the Trance community and its PLUR ethos. He is a supporter of harm reduction and is a DanceSafe volunteer. Jared enjoys endurance events and has danced for 12-hours straight while often recovering from raves with bike rides just as long. Or longer.