Opening with a gentle ‘Intro’ track, things start off with an orchestrally led and uplifting tone.
Monthly Archive: January 2015
With some albums, concept is key. That is certainly the case for Dances With Whales
We ran a few questions past Nic Nassuet to find out a little more about the man behind the music.
We ran a few questions past experimental musician Cirex, to find out a bit more about who he is and what makes him tick…
Opening with ‘Flanger Effects And Venlafaxine’, For The Duration Of Psychiatric Treatment immediately establishes itself as an unconventional record.
Opening with ‘Celia’, Merci Toots’ feels from the start a laid back and relaxed approach to the instrumental jazz genre.
Opening with title track ‘Walking To Dreamland’, David Arn’s latest release starts off with a laid back and relaxed feel.
As the album starts off with ‘Invitacion’, there is a fragility to Deschenes’ playing that makes the first piece so inviting for the listener.
If it’s up to the minute pop you’re after, packed with all the classic sounds that make a track catchy and listenable, then ‘Play With Fire’ just might be the tune for you.
Who doesn’t like pop? Well, many people I suppose. But they’re wrong.