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Chris Kaz announces new album ‘Unlearn’ with creative direction from GAIKA

GAIKA lends creative direction to Unlearn LP from polymath Chris Kaz

pic: Melissa Gardner

Producer, label owner, filmmaker and singer Chris Kaz has unveiled plans to release his new album with creative direction by fellow artist GAIKA, expected to emerge sometime next month.

Produced and engineered entirely by Kaz in his west London studio, Unlearn showcases his latest brand of dark, soulful electronic music.

The album is backed by fellow artist and manager GAIKA, who sees Kaz navigate tales of lost love in the lockdown era. At the same time, the album explores political injustice, systematic racism, humanity, heartbreak, loss, extraterrestrials, and apathy. 

The artist’s cultural lineage is also important to the project, having been born and raised in London and being of half-Greek Cypriot and half German-Sri Lankan heritage. 

Kaz commented, “I have a meditative aspect to my music, which definitely comes from Sri Lanka and my mother’s side of the family who were all healers. There’s percussion elements and chanting that comes from indigenous roots and my father’s bloodline who are like warrior/gladiator types with these big hearts. So you could say my expressive and emotional side comes from that.”

‘Unlearn’ follows Kaz’ formerly-released album Untold, which gained him co-signs from Complex, VICE and i-D. It is soon to be accompanied by four of Kaz’ own directed short films. Kaz is also soon to host an art gallery show, and – believe it or not – also plans to open his own school.

Watch the video for ‘Scum Bag’ here: