Kasbo finally unveiled his highly anticipated second album, The Making of a Paracosm, via Foreign Family Collective and Counter Records.
This comes following the series of output from the LP, including ‘Lune‘, ‘Staying In Love‘, ‘Show You‘, and more. Furthermore, Kasbo brought on many collaborators and features for The Making of a Paracosm. Throughout, artists on the record are Ourchives, Frida Sundemo, Florian Rosetti, Noomi, Vancouver Sleep Clinic, Nea, and Freja The Dragon.
In tandem with the release, Kasbo shared a sentiment regarding the album’s release and what it means to him.
“The Making of a Paracosm is a very important piece to me. It unfathomed so many different aspects of my life. I made this album during one of the best years of my life, but the following year under which I made it was one of the worst. I feel like this makes it capture such a wide array of emotions, from euphoria to sadness. From joy to anger. This is the most full and direct creative representation of me and I’m so happy to finally be able to put it out into the world.”Kasbo – Press release
My album ‘The Making of a Paracosm’ is officially out everywhere!!! Making this has been such a big journey and challenge. The world is a mess right but I hope this album can offer you some sort of escape, a trip into my personal Paracosm. ❤️https://t.co/wAUxfDMhxF pic.twitter.com/Mur0caRc7o— Kasbo (@KasboMusic) October 23, 2020
Kasbo – The Making of a Paracosm
The Making of a Paracosm takes us on a deep dive into Kasbo’s creative world of serene soundscapes. Its escapist heart is filled to the brim with whimsical and mystical sonic themes which draw upon Scandinavian folklore. Furthermore, the LP is clearly a labor of love from the artist, seeing how he formulated his own musical paracosm.
Kicking off, the title track highlights the wide soundscape, introducing us to the overall mood and themes going onward. Simultaneously, it highlights the artist’s distinct sound, while beginning to show just how far he’s refined and developed it. From there on, we’re sunken into the album’s world through soothing and lively tracks such as ‘Blur‘, ‘Lune‘, and many more tracks. Overall, this body of work by Kasbo truly stands out as a show of character and ability that is completely immersive.
Let Kasbo take you on a journey through his album, The Making of a Paracosm, which released via Foreign Family Collective and Counter Records below!