Introducing an ambient audio project blending cinematic stylings and softly pop-inspired songwriting – Steven James Wylie intricately unites melody and mood with story and sentiment, for The Muse.
“All of my albums are autobiographical in a sense, and as I get deeper into creating ambient music, I get deeper into illuminating my own conditioned ego, and its resulting triggers, buttons and defenses, understanding the effects of trauma I have experienced, so I can witness my own inner pain and hurt with clarity, and begin to nurture and heal it.”
Personal healing gifted as intricate audio escapism that embraces its audience – a new project from Darren J Harris (Ambient Counsel) always means a worthy break from the weight of the world, and Passages gorgeously illuminates that truth.
Something to drop everything for and embrace – creative production of a masterfully intricate, all-consuming and ambient realm; composer and artist Aylum delivers joyously melodic, atmospheric escapism.
Introducing a four-minute audio journey more than worth your time today. Pianist and composer Ginu Goerge has crafted a elatedly immersive, calming and inspiring listen, for the wonderfully unique Highest Praise.
Every track name continues to explain the roots of the tale, whilst minimal lyrics and vocal expressions support a largely cinematic reference or mood indicative of the feelings, sights and sounds of each passing moment.
Ultimately industrial and uniquely intense at its peak, Blue Raspberry feels like electronic experimentation intertwined with a sort of live rock show improvisation of distortion and street-side chaos.
A collection of compositions blending disparate cultures and genres, with the alternative and progressive rock genres that influenced much of David’s past musical ventures.
Harris remains a creatively passionate composer – the sort with an unquenchable thirst for artistry and understanding.
Ritmo toys with the creative space, showcasing a love for the limitless exploration of audio production as much so as a clear affinity for the escapism of instrumental music.
Intricate design and heartfelt intentions unite beautifully, for the extensive and unmistakable orchestral journey that is MAQ’s Light Up.
Monti Korbelle has a style and runs with it, thus each track genuinely feels like a fearless exploration of a particular time or series of emotions.