Eclectic Producer NINE+NINE Releases Brand New Album ‘Words Mean Nothing’


Multi-talented instrumentalist NINE + NINE, from Long Island, New York, has found inspiration from a wide range of artists including Bonobo, Portishead and Pink Floyd, among many others.

He’s now released his new self-produced album, ‘Words Mean Nothing’, featuring a mix of EDM, chilled electronic, and alt rock. with an overall sound reminding us of Peter Gabriel. 

NINE + NINE is a one man group, who records and produces all his music alone. Having complete creative control means that he is able to release his music according to his own particular wishes. Each track on the album has a different feel to the last, and together making for an enjoyable listening experience.
‘Words Mean Nothing’ is available from iTunes. Find NINE + NINE online on Soundcloud, Instagram, and Twitter.

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