About Dreamstate Logic
Dreamstate Logic is the solo electronic music project of Colby Sixx (b. 1985) currently residing in the vast, unforgiving expanse of desert land known as Arizona. Drawing influences from the entire spectrum of electronic music genres, Dreamstate Logic manifests in the form of a constantly evolving futuristic downtempo/ambient/electronic soundscape containing the energy of all the thoughts, emotions, and experiences of his own personal journey through inner and outer space.
An active synth musician for over 15 years, he worked endlessly for over a decade as the keyboardist of a melodic metal band, obtaining live performance, tour, and studio recording experience first hand along the way, working with many well known producers and performing at several large and small venues around the country.
The love for electronic music had always been there since his first interests in trance and industrial music in his early teen years, and all the time performing and writing over the years felt that he could express himself musically much better in a solo setting. So the experiments began with electronic music composition in 2010 and eventually parted ways with his previous musical endeavors in pursuit of this project exclusively.
Dreamstate Logic is a project with the goal in mind of inspiring deeper contemplations of our universe and the reality we are all a part of. Conscious observers within an infinitely vast cosmos, so quick to forget that we are all a part of the same infinity... and if only for a moment we are able to stop and take a step back and open our minds and simply observe, we will realize the fact that the energy contained within us all is a part of something much bigger, much older, and much more powerful than we can even begin to comprehend. And once we all come to this realization and begin to resonate with ourselves and others and the world around us, a new age of enlightenment will be within our grasp...
"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts.
With our thoughts we make the world."