Originally producing within duo Moving Ninja while surviving in Sydney, Sri Lankan-born artist Paul Jebanasam made a decision to explore sounds beyond his dubstep-related project after a proceed to the house of bass music, Bristol, U.K. Jebanasam discovered himself inspired even more from the intros and breakdowns within dance music, while a desire for liturgical music also led him additional toward contemporary traditional composing. Forced by fellow audio experimentalists Roly Porter and Emptyset’s Wayne Ginzburg and Paul Purgas, Jebanasam’s 1st release came by means of a live documenting in 2011. Music for the Chapel of St. John the Baptist was performed for the re-launch party of his label Subtext and noticed Jebanasam performing viol, viola, and violin when using electronics as well as the building’s personal acoustics to reinterpret the audio. Two years later on his debut recording, Rites, premiered. Taking motivation from his peers and his earlier live shows, the recording received reviews that are positive for its motions through dark and extreme soundscapes to simple, uplifting melodic passages. In 2016, he came back with Continuum, a thick, dynamic, sometimes chaotic record about the vastness from the universe.