“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.
This Riemer way with story-telling, moving through the moments of the track with precision and freedom all at once; it speaks volumes on behalf of both skill and a natural connection to the process.
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.
‘Nofre Nuggets is a great collection, and an easy playlist to turn to whenever you need it – superb musicianship, arrangements and production, and a mighty ode to some classic surf-rock.
Featuring a blues-rock backdrop that quietly progresses through its rise & fall, the track follows the building intensity & passion of a leading guitar solo – a performance that progresses from simple & reflective, to outright impressive & beautifully hypnotic.
Introducing a high-octane, dark & mysterious hit of synth-soaked, distorted & heavy energy – an unpredictable stroll through uninhibited creativity & electronic exploration.
“There are platforms for Indie artists to be heard around the world without being signed to a label! How big you get is totally up to the artist and their fans and not a record label.”
Jonathan Anderson, first introduced to us as The Tiny Violinist, returns this summer with an intoxicating and deeply emotive composition, aptly titled Heart’s Palisade.