These feel like accompaniments to modern cinema or gaming, and rightly so given the collection was inspired by various theatre and dance projects.
An instrumental composition, This Is Who We Are encapsulates a particular energy, and tells the story of strength and perseverance from across the past twelve months.
While the music is blissfully easy to let play of its own accord, there is a specific underlying theme & indeed fantasy world at work between the tracks.
Mumbai’s Suraaj Parab collaborates with LA’s Sandeep Kulkarni for this powerful and immersive neo-classical release.
“Instead of looking for exposure, aim for being bold. Pay attention to your social life but remember that technically, your brilliance gets built up in alone-time.”
“I really wanted to push my boundaries of what I can do with a 100% in-the-box project, as I unfortunately could not afford live players, so did my best to make it convincing…I hope I did that!”
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.
The project in full transports listeners to some other realm, heightening the energy and brightness of their current moment in a way that only finely crafted music truly can.
A uniquely organic, engaging and uplifting instrumental, which effectively weaves its addictive progression and rising energy around listeners in a memorable way.
It’s good to move on, to move forward, but it’s also important to never forget what it was that changed our path – how we felt, how we coped, what we realized about ourselves and life and the world.
For those who know, the sound is enough to drown out the weight of the world and create a whole new space for the mind and body to escape into. This is what brought people together for this style and its related events in the first place.
“It is a bygone wish that proper precautions were taken, as all events today and forever, were preventable. It is a reminder to be prepared for the future as that is all we can do.”