304 is D Tiberio’s ode to his mother’s home.
The address is both personal and anonymous, providing an entry point into the bleak emotional spectrum of daily existence and its anomalies.
Partial to concepts of imperfection, many tracks include lo-fi audio clips sampled from youtube, television and other non-musical sounds that may normally go unnoticed in our surroundings.
The textures are burnt and the rhythms disrupted, yet each track is constructed to achieve an unconventional harmony.
“Raver 5” has caught the attention of both critics and fans for its mature, multi- genre production. “Let Her” and “Gone,” featuring Natasha Agrama, pair sultry female vocals with heavy, atmospheric beats.