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