The mind wanders entirely, each journey likely unique to each listener; a powerful trait that only music of intention can truly promise.
Hauntingly direct and captivating piano and strings introduce the drama and cinematic presence of this superb new alternative rock album from composer and artist Adam Angel.
Completing the album in a fairly perfect way, Dear Future Me tracks a life from start to finish, through the decades, painting a picture that warms the heart and even brings a tear to the eye.
The haunting and later tribal musicality and the beauty of the lyrics unite to create an increasingly euphoric feeling.
A long-time pianist, artist and street performer – Chafa melts away the weight of the world with his delicately expressive, emotive and skilful musicality.
From full-length album mixes to single, hard-hitting alternative EDM tracks – the studio is the playground, and the music speaks volumes on behalf of this.
Openly inspired by the haunting & melodic yet darkly poetic tones of Evanescence, Adelaide’s Matiah drives with equally expressive, smooth yet emotive vocals, and notably honest, passionate lyrics.
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.
“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.
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.