Dylan Tauber is an award winning electronic musician, cyberartist, photographer, and author, who after graduating from Columbia University in 1996, has been based in NYC, Jerusalem, Miami, a remote island in the south western Pacific, and now in northern Israel.
Dylan Tauber has been producing music, artwork, and writing since he began his prolific 24 year career in 1996 with the ambitious Double Mirrors anthology, which includes a book, photo slide shows, soundtrack, and companion website at www.DoubleMirrors.com. The Double Mirrors project evolves years later, as Tauber continues to explore the cyber-spiritual revolution.
In addition to releasing twelve ambient / electronica / trance music albums (all 12 for free download) through his Son of Waves Studios music label, Dylan runs a network of 21 websites which include an online imaging / photo gallery, and a video archive. This network of websites has reached over 4.7 million page views since 1996, and millions of video views.
Dylan completed a circle around the planet from 2000-2001, beginning and ending in Israel. He published two books in 2001, and two ebooks in 2013. A picture book of Dylan’s photography and digital art was published in 2005, and revised in 2018 with Blurb.com.
In 2015 Dylan Tauber completed his eighth album, titled “Near Death Experience”. Also in 2015, Dylan produced a 9th album titled “Dolphin Trance”. In 2016, Dylan completed a new 10th album, “Dolphin Trance 2”, and an 11nth album, which is a compilation of all his best songs from 2006- 2016 (the second ten year period of Dylan Tauber’s career). This new project is entirely electronic music with vocals.
In October, 2017, Tauber released a new 12th album, “Sounds from Space“, featuring ambient soundscapes, and the vocals of Enlia and Francessca Belisario. A single from this album, “He Loves Carmen Remix (Radio Edit)“, was released in July, 2017. The original version of this track “Carmen Song,” has reached 40,000 plays on Soundcloud, as of December, 2019. As of November, 2020, Dylan’s music has had 730,600 plays on Soundcloud.com.
Dylan’s music has been featured on over 80 radio stations since 2013, reviewed in over 40 music publications, and his music video “He Loves Carmen Remix (Radio Edit)” was shown on Channel 98 TV in Israel in December, 2017. This video reached 645,200 views on Facebook as of February, 2021. 11 more Son of Waves Studios music videos were shown on channel 98 TV in Israel, in 2018.
“Son of Waves” : A screenplay / short story by Dylan Tauber, was released on 3/30/18 for free download. There have been a total of over 19,745 downloads as of November, 2020. An audiobook was released for this “Son of Waves” screenplay on 4/17/18, also for free download.
In 2019, thirteen of Dylan Tauber’s photographs were exhibited in eleven galleries internationally: two at the BBA (Berlin Blue Art) Gallery in Berlin, Germany; two at the Ravnikar gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia; two at the Blank Wall Gallery in Athens, Greece; the Piazza Ca’ Zanardi (Itsliquid) in Venice, Italy; the Photo Synthesis Gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria; the Laurent Gallery in Melbourne, Australia; the Art Market Gallery in Budapest, Hungary; the Hinterland Gallery, in Vienna, Austria; the Valid World Hall in Barcelona, Spain; the International Contemporary Art Fair, in Thessaloniki, Greece; and the annual photography conference in Tel Aviv, Israel.
“Son of Waves 2.0“, a true story, with original photography, of my journey around the planet, and to many Pacific islands…only to find my own soul, and a woman named Carmen, was released on 5/28/19 for free PDF download, and as a paperback on Amazon.com on 3/21/20.
“Theories” by Dylan Tauber, a summary of both his Double Mirror theory and Ones and Zeros theory, was published as an ebook on Smashwords.com on 10/25/19 for free download, and as a paperback on Amazon.com on 11/29/19.
In December 2020, Tauber released his Double Mirrors, and Ones and Zeros theories on Facebook in video format with music. This Double Mirrors Theory video has had 432,900 views, and this Ones and Zeros theory video has had 317,400 views since December, 2020.
In 2021, Dylan has been working on his 13th electronic music album, “Sounds from Space 2”.