Hundred-Syllable Mantra Of Vajrasattva 百字明 (Edit)

A 1 track electronic single (3m 28s) — released June 28th 2024 on Mais Um

Highlights/Quotes "One of the biggest names in Chinese electronic music, Howie Lee has recorded a phenomenal album taking club music to the monastery." Jamz Supernova, BBC 6Music

"Packed with intense chants, Lee has leaned much heavier on the electronics, creating something fierce and startling in the process" Bandcamp, Best Electronic of April 2024

"Lee combines the low, powerful hum of the monks' devotional chanting with blistering hyper rhythms, bone-rattling bass"
Bandcamp Daily

"The album blends traditional Buddhist singing with pulsing bass, footwork beats, and experimental sounds, ushering listeners into a world where ancient spirituality meets pure rave energy"

"Great stuff!"
Gilles Peterson, BBC 6Music

"Absolutely Terrifying" New Music Fix, BBC 6Music

"High energy sounds that combine traditional music with pummeling electronic production and footwork basslines"Late Junction, BBC Radio 3

Press Support
Bandcamp - Interview/Feature [Front Page]: 'On His Latest, Howie Lee Brings Club Music to a Monastery':
Mixmag - Howie Lee Presents 8 Reconstructed, Idm-Warped Vajrayana Mantras:
Bandcamp - Best Electronic w/ Joe Muggs, [April 2024]:
Bandcamp - Ley Lines w/ James Gui [April 2024]:

Radio Support
BBC Radio 6 Music - Jamz Supernova - 2x spotplays for 'Mantra Of Buddha Akshobhya':
NTS Radio - 1hr Guest Mix [May 2024]

NTS Radio -'The Seven Line Prayer…' Instagram Clip [TBC]
BBC Radio 6 Music - The Ravers Hour - 30m Guest Mix for Tom Ravenscroft's 'Ravers Hour' [May 2024]
BBC Radio 3 - Late Junction - 1x spotplay for 'Mantra Of Buddha Akshobhya': Radio 3 - Late Junction - Late Junction mixtape or Late Junction Session [Nov 2024]
BBC Radio 6 Music - New Music Fix - 1x spotplay for 'The Seven Line Prayer To Guru Rinpoche':

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