Experimental R&B, Koimé explores nature. Forming in 2013, Quayla Bramble, a Caribbean soprano from Brooklyn, and Benjamin Hubbard, a Minnesotan 7-string nylon guitarist, honed their skills with Classical and Jazz music, then combined their eclectic influences with original songs that dance across sonic landscapes.
Koimé uses acoustic instruments for electronic looping and textural effects. Live performances include Neo- Soul, Rock, and Reggae covers, as well as songs from Minnie Riperton, Utada Hikaru, and Björk. By embracing the full spectrum of emotion, Koimé can address issues of environmentalism, and social activism. They leave you with heightened awareness, compassion, and a desire to improve your surroundings.