The music has been so pristinely and thoughtfully crafted, that it seems to perfectly blend the natural complexity of human emotion, with the unlimited resources available in the world of audio production and composition.
Celebrating absolute freedom of creativity, Toby Tune’s album Floatation comes marked with an appropriate ‘unusual’ tag and proceeds to envelop listeners.
From great pain comes great art – a sad yet universally considered truth. This album is a dream to escape into, being all at once immersive, beautiful, and achingly poignant.
The haunting and later tribal musicality and the beauty of the lyrics unite to create an increasingly euphoric feeling.
Wonderful, an ocean ride of escapism that sees Frederic Bernard join forces with the Budapest Scoring Orchestra for a truly hypnotic, inspiring listen.
Spoken word artist and award-winning author Mimi Novic collaborates with renowned violinist Edmond Fokker, for a vocally guided neo-classical journey through the depths of love and the human connection.
Made with care, a definite love for the process, attention to detail and a fine ear for intricate sound-design and melody.
Introducing an unmissable cinematic composer of immersive, hybrid orchestral music, William Grobbelaar has released a series of originals to date, and his style proves incredibly powerful.
Beautiful piano-work contrasts the relentless industrial pounding of the beat, to showcase the ultimate juxtaposition between a heartless industrial process & the very essence & freedom of being human.
Choices stylishly unites the classical & pop realms with a song that brightly & boldly celebrates unity, love, and possibility.
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.