Emman-Pelumi throws caution to the wind when it comes to genre, fusing and utilizing an array of influences and styles, offering a playlist that’s as eclectic as it is cinemati
The very essence of the original work shines brightly thanks to Mansilla’s clear understanding of and connection to this melody and this artistic portrayal of the story behind it.
Daniel Coloprisco creates a classically calming, organic ambiance with this two-track EP release. Winter’s Song as a title track drives with a spacious and beautifully impressive musicality – a long-form melody and a fairly complex piano piece join forces to guide you through these poetic scenes.
InternalEye is an artist who skillfully blends organic musicianship with soundscape design, uniting the best of both worlds, and all the while incorporating clear emotion, intention, and a consistent and careful awareness of his audience.
Emmy-winning composer and singer Cielo Pordomingo has released her fourth studio album and it’s one that offers a uniquely expressive, engaging and beautiful audio journey for its audience.
There’s a pulse about it all, a living energy that connects in a powerful way. You recognise the traits of the piece, the notes and the pauses, the quiet and the loud instances of expression.
What Gianluca Piacenza does so well is fulfill wonderfully the role of the artist. He utilizes simplicity to express complex emotions and experiences. He relies upon only the connection between the thought, the feeling, and the hands that create the music.
Magle showcases many different sides to his personality and his creative drive throughout the project, there’s no single word to explain the way the music works, or why -it just does, and defiantly so. A breath of fresh air and a pleasure to listen through.
To even have it cross your mind to create an entire album of music following the lines of a timeless poem such as this is incredibly rare & creatively free in itself. Peter Cavallo’s passion for music & the arts is limitless. This project is yet another that’s something of a dream to lose yourself within for a while.
My goal in Neon Dreams is to merge the past with the present. To engage my classical fans as much as my EDM groupies.
Something about the violin offers those traditional folk-rock vibes that make you want to head down to a live show at some Irish pub. To combine this with the already uplifting aura of a well-crafted, synth-driven EDM ambiance makes for something even more immersive and a total pleasure to listen to.
The unpredictability starts to line up with your own emotional reactions to it. Rather than just listening, you’re involved – your emotions tumble down the very same rabbit hole as the music.