Debut Wood Chips EP ‘Karlo’ Is Inspired By His Miraculously-Survived Son | Music News
Danish producer and songwriter Andreas Asingh has released his debut EP as Wood Chips. Named Karlo, after his youngest son, it consists of five dreamy, nostalgic tracks which fill every listener with uplifting love and hope.
Asingh was previously releasing music with his project Slowolf, until his son’s illness and unbelievable survival made the artist re-evaluate his life. The whole family moved to a countryside for a fresh start and that’s where he began to create music again, shaping his sound towards more organic feel.
The music of Wood Chips is rich, layering electronic and acoustic sounds, drawing inspiration from folk, pop and other genres. Listen to all the 5 tracks here and watch two videos from the EP: