Introducing a vastly cinematic, neo-classical hit of multi-layered, orchestral drama and immersive, emotive musicality – as many ways as possible are needed, in short, to describe the immense journey of this project.
Elusive and intriguing, self-defined as “a modulating inter-dimensional bratz doll à la van Herpen” – Tin:Ma carves out an authentically new route in modern composition and electro-pop.
Genre is far from a limitation here, more a suggestion, and with each track we get a new stage of change. Acoustic, gentle, distorted, heavy, fast-paced, whispered, artistic. Everything’s here, and all of it has purpose.
The music has been so pristinely and thoughtfully crafted, that it seems to perfectly blend the natural complexity of human emotion, with the unlimited resources available in the world of audio production and composition.
Openly celebrating and paying tribute to a plethora of cultures, Moti’s Ignition inspires a sense of greatness and appreciation for the natural beauty and unity of our world and the societies within it.
Varied in mood, emotion, pace, detail, weight and intrigue – life is such a bother cleverly proves a reliable antidote or method for drowning out and relieving the weight of a bothersome life.
Fresh from the brand new album On My Way To Space, Forest makes for a blissful hit of freedom – and a strong starting point if you’re new to the musical endeavours of uav.
FRNDS AS CMPNY always impresses, for creative reach, purpose, and identity alike. This project is far from the exception, and satisfies a whole other arena of musical desires.
A release with a conceptual depth that’s likely to prove individually distinctive for each & every listener who delves in.
Introducing an unmissable cinematic composer of immersive, hybrid orchestral music, William Grobbelaar has released a series of originals to date, and his style proves incredibly powerful.
A fine testament to eforez’ natural passion for sound-play & audio experimentation as a producer.
A passion project like no other, composer and artist Paul Zambrano’s conceptual deep-dive Death Is Beautiful proves an incomparable and wholly immersive audio experience – one which stands out this year for the sheer artistic and emotional power it presents.