Days of Contrast is a production duo consisting of myself and my childhood friend, No Alias. We first started making beats together years ago in my old studio apartment in Orange, CA, and music has been a common thread that has deeply strengthened our bond ever since.
When people ask us how we classify our sound, I find that it's hard to provide a concrete answer to that question. I think we provide a collage of vignettes that capture very specific moments in life. Our debut project, When Life Was Simpler, was an ode to the the beauty of simplicity, while our follow-up release, When We Accepted Change, told a story that encapsulated the various manifestations of change and how we must ultimately embrace it. Our music blends influences from many genres and attempts to follow the path of the overall human experience.
Our initial string of releases follows the structure of a trilogy, in which When Life Was Simpler and When We Accepted Change (shown above) acted as the first two parts. Our third project (and final release of this trilogy) is near completion and is expected to be released in early 2017.