I Found Autumn is an instrumental, neo-classical collection that moves delicately between that which is calming & that which is utterly breath-taking. An absolute must for music lovers across genres.
For those who remember the wonderful artist and songwriter that was John Denver, this three-part video release from The Roving Apatosaurus is certain to offer a welcomed and beautiful ode to those memories and to a song that has such a powerful connection to history.
The concept & the leading voice remain prominent, calm but steady & always familiar; the essential threads that make this what it is. Elsewhere though, the music builds & builds, moving from mild to immense & dramatic in a few short minutes.
Ignatov underlines a varied, perhaps limitless & creative side to his work more & more so as this album progresses. He keeps his audience on their toes throughout. The ultimate, musically immaculate offering of escapism.
Incredibly clever, supremely well written & produced. There’s such a stylish contrast between the realism of the lyrics & the somewhat magical, perhaps exaggerated feel of the instrumentation.
For the most part, this is a beautiful piece of music, stunning even – it feels far more like a flower blooming than anything fading away.
What begins as a song of sadness or regret, even self-pity, soon grows to be one of inner strength, of self-empowerment. Bianca M appears as an artist rather than simply a singer.
A three-track instrumental EP fairly certain to get your heart racing. Steve Wheeler is a composer who drives with energy & passion. These neo-classical audio dramatizations hit with intense impact.
These soundscapes are original & forever interesting, but on top of this – the skill with which they are presented is phenomenal.
This is worth a listen for anyone interested in the power of music, of ambient music in general, and particularly those who are naturally drawn to classical music but are seeking out something fresh & unusual.
Jaime Mansilla is a renowned violinist & recording artist who has performed concerts in 30 different countries, in some of the best concert halls of the world. His experience is unquestionable as you listen to these releases, beginning with the iconic Figaro.
Three minutes & forty seconds of precise audio representation for the concept implied by the title. The music has the rhythm & rising intensity of a somewhat epic march towards something meaningful.