God of the Wild will be released on October 26th and is available for pre-order through here. We asked Teddy about the 3 albums that have influenced him the most in his musical career.
Photo by Lindsey Niebler.
Cluster – Sowiesoso
So refreshing to hear an entire beautiful album without that nuance of “try too hard” pretentiousness either. To me it felt like a rebellion against the rebellion, not needing to compartmentalize to anyone’s needs, even the most scholarly snobbery of music’s elite composers. To me at least, it’s an album where it reflects all emotions, which is rare for a particular genre or album and would listen to it when I’m in need of escapism to decompress and relax or in time of awareness, self-reflection and determination. This was my soundscape, landscape, and would transform me into my own scene in my own movie created in my head. All done without any vocals, it blew me away and mesmerized me and forever will be an influence and integral part of me, to remind me to be myself and let your music evolve while listening to the our consciousness, this realm or frequency of existence, whatever you want to call it, and let go of the ego and ride with yourself, which is everything, and see where the ebb and flow take goes.