Alexandre Perotto has heart & soul when it comes to music – to be able to showcase this by means of a two minute, solo instrumental performance, is incredible. Eternitarian is stunning. The connection is profound & beautiful.
Ignatov underlines a varied, perhaps limitless & creative side to his work more & more so as this album progresses. He keeps his audience on their toes throughout. The ultimate, musically immaculate offering of escapism.
Immediately refreshing, uniquely expressive, and easily recognisable for its unusual approach to story-telling and soundscape building.
A three-track instrumental EP fairly certain to get your heart racing. Steve Wheeler is a composer who drives with energy & passion. These neo-classical audio dramatizations hit with intense impact.
These soundscapes are original & forever interesting, but on top of this – the skill with which they are presented is phenomenal.
This is worth a listen for anyone interested in the power of music, of ambient music in general, and particularly those who are naturally drawn to classical music but are seeking out something fresh & unusual.
Jagged Weather is a journal or sonic synopsis of my first 11 months transitioning from male to female. It deals with the stress of acknowledging the rift that exists between your internal sense of being & how the outside world perceives you.
A single note soundscape, a splash of reverb, and a whole lot of silence make for something that leaves you completely lost in the chasm of your own thoughts.
Sometimes with experience come rules or walls that confine & control the creation of art. Peter Cavallo moves in some other direction, always developing skills musically, always pushing to reach new creative realms of expression.
Incredibly impressive music, the sort that creates an incomparable experience for its audience &would almost certainly make for a phenomenal live experience. A fascinating, wonderfully original album.
The depth of the feeling is striking – an unstoppable series of waves, exploring solitude & sound, inviting you in but reminding you that you’re a stranger.
At times it feels like the beginning – a new day, a fresh start. At other times it feels unbearably like the end. An achingly beautiful album.