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Posts Tagged ‘instrumental’

Marcel Heah: “Travelogue” – smooth sonorities and delicate textures

More like personal sketches for piano than traditional, structured songs, the music of Melbourne-based Australian artist Marcel Heah plays like a poetic soundtrack to the world’s tangible and intangible elements, and nowhere ...


Marcel Heah: “Travelogue” – a warm and peaceful demeanor

Marcel Heah is a musician based in Melbourne, Australia. His quiet, reflective, sometimes playful musical body of work establishes the composer as someone to watch. Marcel’s mellow and unique style are pleasing and refres...



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Chuck Daggers: “Murder Inc.” – The power of instrumental music

There has often been a debate about if instrumental music, which did not contain any samples of lyrics could be considered political by merit of the music, disregarding the context and environment in which it was made. Is it po...



Lake of the Lion – a master of a meaningful multilayered orchestration

Lake of the Lion is the brand name and moniker for Luxembourg music composer and producer, Daniel Kohnen, who is steadily building up his catalog and increasing his fan-base with regular new releases. In recent years, ambient i...


Ellis Hadlock: “Fusion to Love” – a most rewarding experience

“Fusion to Love”, the latest album by Ellis Hadlock, is seven tracks of layered pulses, melodic vibrancies, and foundational grooves that evoke a human expression of awe-inspiring vastness that stretches the very fabric of ...



T.C. Crosser: “The Book of Arius – Act I” – beautiful moments couched in rich and deep textures

After years of composing, playing and producing indie and punk, pianist T.C. Crosser moved towards combining chamber strings and rock/pop to tell narrative stories with instrumental music. The composer has also scored music for...


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Tisabel: “GENRE HOPPING” stands as a singular creative statement

Longtime Musical director and vocalist Tony Isabel aka Tisabel boasts an unprecedented skill set. He writes, arranges, sings, plays, and performs. He busts taboos, flashes unstoppable ambition, blends genres together like paint...


Jordan Everist: “Vacancy” lands on the planet of chill and bliss!

Jordan Everist is a creative from Portland, Oregon. His love of music began when he was 4, but really took off in his high school years. Since then he has been producing music professionally for short films, cartoons, and music...



Aastik Koshy: “SARASWATI LOUNGE VOL.1” – so delectable, so pleasing!

The latest effort by Aastik Koshy entitled the “SARASWATI LOUNGE VOL.1”, finds the chill out, ambient and lounge producer, elevating his signature sound with more contemplative and thought-provoking songwriting. Due to the ...


Black Malachite: “Nightfall”- resonating guitars, rich pianos and dark ambience

The decision by any musical project to go without a vocalist will lead to either disaster or a determination to avoid redundancy. Add to that the fact that most bands live and die by the growth and maturity of their music. ...