“I love the combination of Flamenco and Electro, it seems to naturally blend really well. This track took a world effort to produce and I feel one of the best produced yet.”
Coinciding with his first Celtic Christmas Tour in the UK, A Celtic Christmas compiled a diverse collection of classics and reimagined them entirely in the acoustic fingerstyle and folk realm.
Perhaps surprising that this is the first project of this name to cross our path – by all accounts, many of you reading this or experiencing this album are indeed Melophiles yourselves. Abhi Ananda, however, seems to encapsulate that quality with the clear complexity, versatility, skill and unwavering heart of these eight recordings.
Featuring unique licks and riffs that prove easily recognizable amidst this deeply evocative atmosphere of sound, She is Now So Far brings in a guitar-led ambiance, the organic skill and heart of the performance driving us forward through the central theme and mood.
Iconic ambient rock pours through with ethereal presence and poetic depth, as BC returns to enchant and connect on a deeply personal level, for You Were Heaven.
Independent musician and composer Omer B joins forces with a trio of talents for this latest and aptly-titled release Healing Strings.
We caught up with the elusive hooded musician, to find out more about his journey to this point, his fascination with the cosmos, and his plans moving forward.
“I’ve done a lot of live performances as a singer and guitarist, however my real love is for writing and producing music.”
Imaginative guitarist and original composer Eyal Maoz’s reputation precedes him; he has recorded with John Medeski and Time Berne, performed with John Zorn’s Cobra, and Abraxas, and one of his recent releases (EFG Trio, on Orenda Records) includes the Grammy Award winner Frank London – as well as renowned composer Guy Barash. Eyal’s bands, Edom … Continued
Acoustic fingerstyle guitar and nearly-whispered falsetto vocals meet with a simple, wave-like chord progression, for DragonflyStigma’s beautifully timeless, imagery-laden Cast Away.
“People focus more on the non-important details such as the amount of likes/ comments they have, and it can really mess with one’s mental health. It also damages the level and the deepening of many musicians in the art.”
Always an artist of ability and purpose combined, Poland’s Ludwik Konopko takes listeners down a purely acoustic pathway, of refreshingly tuneful optimism and hypnotic stillness