From SiMo’s consciousness to yours – Once Upon A Time is three and a half minutes of pure audio escapism.
A heavy beat and dashes of distortion are balanced beautifully with the emotional and skillful playing of the violin.
Whatever you’re doing right now, grab some headphones, turn up the volume, and let the blissful good vibes and unity of this single rain down around you.
Following the release of a string of original tracks, each one building further on the impressive streaming numbers of the last, we caught an interview with producer and artist Sherman de Vries to find out more about his journey so far. Here’s the conversation in full. * * * Hi Sherman, thanks for the interview! … Continued
Absolutely worth the time it takes to experience. Listen loud. An album-full of confidence and alternative, angry and dark anthems.
An electronic dream, ambient and poetically uplifting – Menes Rebazzar Kedar balances realism with optimism on this beautifully complex, eclectic new album.
An acoustic strum, an arrangement of voices, that raw, unedited presentation – you know the sound, and you trust it to offer something real; refreshing.
It didn’t seem necessary to evaluate anything, only to sit back and enjoy the song – a professional and enjoyable accompaniment to any deep thinking session or your day in general.
With the world of music and electronic music in particular being consistently dominated by men, Tim’s intention is to help re-balance the scales, by actively seeking out female producers to have their way creatively with a brand new track.
The stories and concepts, the feelings, at work throughout this project, pour through in bright and mighty ways – each composition presenting a unique journey for listeners to embark upon.
Fresh from the album Love Songs To Die 2, and featuring the delicately soulful vocals of Gilda Betancourt, producer NOSTROMO showcases impeccable sound design and dance prowess with this single.
Bringing through perhaps his most stunning, multi-layered soundscape yet, and fusing this with a quickly addictive, anthem-like vocal line – offering both melody and spoken word in rhythmic, infectious doses – Double Up takes hold from the offset; and refuses to let go until the journey is over.