Today I have a delightful single to share with you – “You Look Like Something I Once Knew” by Miftah Bravenda.
This instrumental song is beautiful. I listen to the song first, before I watched the video. Listening to the song, it makes me think of rain. And how this song is soothing. It’s calming for a person with anxiety.
When I watched the video, it was raining throughout the video. I’m not sure if Miftah Bravenda was inspired by rain to compose this piece or if after listening to it, he felt that rain would be fitting for the video. But whatever it was, it was genius. I don’t say often on the blog that something is genius, but “You Look Like Something I Once Knew” is a masterpiece.
If you are likely what you hear when you listen to “You Look Like Something I Once Knew”, you should visit Miftah Bravenda’s YouTube channel and listen to more of his music.
About Miftah Bravenda
Miftah Bravenda is a musician and sound engineer from Serang, Banten – Indonesia whose electronic music is inspired by his anxiety he feels from his bedroom. He offers a simple sounding tune with n exciting touch that he got from his influence. MONO, The Trees and The Wild, Man Without Country and Secular Ghost are among the names of his favorite musicians.
Miftah Bravenda produces his music from his own lab that is called “Are You High? Soundlab”. His sounds are more inclined towards ambient with moods being build up throughout the tracks. His greatest trick lies in his ability to turn familiar instrumentation into something of an entirely different nature, pilfering not just from the world around him but mining the metaphysical like a shaman until it becomes something very much a part of our conscious psyche.
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Jay is the Content Creator + Editor-in-Chief here at Life of Creed. She shares her adventures in homeschooling, traveling, beauty, mental health, fashion, product + music reviews, DIY, and more. She is also a blog coach + mompreneur consultant over at Jay Creed.