Wonderful, in short – uniquely devoted musical stylings from an undeniably talented musician and composer.
Jessup’s lightness of touch & breathless ability to maintain the journey forever captures a moment in time with faultless precision & emotion combined.
Creatively recrafting a pop classic, an enjoyable and authentically live ode to the original – all the more impressive on knowing the artist is just eight years old.
All at once we’re guided through the smokey streets of yesteryear, and a story of romance loaded with imagery and longing.
Daniel Versman showcases a natural devotion to the art form with this release – a song written because it needed to be; ideas and feelings that couldn’t be contained.
From the immediate appeal of fast-paced yet catchy melodic sound-play, through carefully programmed rhythms, colours, keys and synths, The Music Masters build up an immersive realm of electro-organic escapism.
As the piano-led project continues, a range of emotions come into view, along with a variety of playing styles for a truly versatile mix.
Exemplary not purely for the melodic design but the space, the quiet contemplation, and indeed the purity of the recording – the weight of the keys, the raw and intimate, somewhat muffled honesty of it all.
Deeply emotive from the outset, inno sperito’s Long Distance Love embraces the creative space with simplicity and purpose.
Pianist and songwriter Marshall Oakman celebrates the female half of the population with a colourful pop-rock anthem of timeless presence and topical optimism.
Music and production to work with or to lose yourself within – Colby Keyz takes full command of the space with this album.
The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.