humons // upcoming releases


genre: electronic, dream house

potential single releases:
moving around
la paz
make me feel (ft rai)

written and produced by ardalan sedghi.
additional synths and production by jonathan zott.
drums by michael higgins.
mastered by shawn hatfield (audible oddities).

photo by sahra jajarmi

humons // past releases

spectra ep

released on november 8, 2016
genre: dream house

humons (producer ardalan sedghi) spectra ep introduces humons' dream house aesthetic, a psychedelic fusion of detroit-inspired dance music and live instrumentation. all five tracks were produced at detroit’s historic church turned studio assemble sound in collaboration with producer and engineer jon zott. humons introduced the tracks live at mopop music festival and at shows alongside artists such as bob moses, diamondstein, flint eastwood, gosh pith ...

written and produced by ardalan sedghi.
mixed and mastered by jonathan zott.
album art by ellen rutt.



The lead single "Underneath" was named Best Electronic of 2016 by Indie Shuffle.

"try it for me"

The second single "Try it for Me" was released with The Work Inc's music video premiered via NEST HQ.

re:spectra ep

released on march 4, 2017
genre: various

remixed tracks from spectra from the following artists:

try it for me - monty luke (detroit)
underneath - mega powers (detroit)
reflection - color war (new york)
what i'll find - jon zott (detroit)
waiting in the street - diamondstein (los angeles)

produced by various artists.
mastered by jonathan zott.
album art by ellen rutt.

humons live

humons live consists of frontman ardalan sedghi & drummer michael higgins. in their first run of shows they've entranced crowds with their 45 minute dance-oriented live set including live vocals, keyboards & drums. notable shows include sets at mopop festival and movement festival, direct support for bob moses, flint eastwood & gosh pith, as well as shows alongside diamondstein, mega powers, valley hush & james linck. 

download tech rider here
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spectra ep release show

mopop festival