Anyma’s Sophomore Album Explores the Synchronicity Between Humanity and Technology

Anyma’s progressive perspective on human consciousness and technology is effortlessly encapsulated in his sophomore album, Genesys II.

The influential producer, who co-founded the Afterlife imprint and produces music as one half of the duo Tale of Us, infuses thematic depth into his techno soundscapes. Continuing the futuristic narrative from his debut album, Genesys, Anyma’s cinematic style acts as a bold comment on where humanity is headed, and how our relationship with machines will progress over time.

Eerie, dystopian melodies collide with techno kicks and haunting synths throughout the new album, which comprises two discs and 21 tracks. The first 10 songs are all original tunes from Anyma, including recent hit singles "Pictures of You" and "Higher Power." Disc two features 11 remixes by a slew of artists including Cassian, Adriatique and Eric Prydz.

Genesys II begins with a striking collaboration with PARISI titled "Sacrifice," where distorted vocals build into a hair-raising techno breakdown to encapsulate Anyma's signature sound. The track sets the stage for a captivating run as the journey continues with "Now or Never," "The Light" and "Simulation," a trio of powerhouse tracks rooted in the themes of consciousness, coexistence and connection.

Elsewhere in the album, "F.T.L.," Hear Me Now" and "Exodus" allow Anyma to showcase his singular production style, layering thumping techno beats and otherworldly synths with powerful vocals. Its first disc culminates in "After Love," a poignant track that explores the range of human emotion through chilling, dreamlike soundscapes.

Anyma, who was named one of'best artists of 2023, recently performed sold-out shows at Afterlife’s massive two-night run during Miami Music Week. He's now set to play a highly anticipated solo set at Coachella as well as a three-hour b2b performance alongside Eric Prydz on the festival's new Quasar Stage.

You can listen to Genesys II below.

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