The Moving Dawn Orchestra is the project from Guy Andrews, a UK based producer known for the ambient electro-acoustic jazz act 'iambic'. The intention of The Moving Dawn Orchestra is to seamlessly blend electronics into the Contemporary Classical genre, creating minimalistic, electro-acoustic and organic orchestral soundscapes. The Moving Dawn Orchestra’s first EP entitled ‘Dials’ is a representation of four seasons of a year.
Among the many genres Beethoven used to build on his reputation upon his arrival in Vienna, the violin sonatas allowed him not only to demonstrate his own prowess on the keyboard, but also played to the increasing popularity of chamber works that might be attempted by sophisticated amateurs. Following Mozart's trend of liberating the violin from a mere secondary role, Beethoven continued to bring about the equality of both instruments in all of his duo sonatas. Performing these 10 sonatas is the splendid duo of violinist Renaud Capuçon and pianist Frank Braley. The recordings take place in la Chaux de Fonds concert hall in Switzerland, a venue that offers listeners an exceptionally wonderful, intimate sound quality even on a CD.
"Club Noir" is a very successful and balanced Lounge CD giving you the desire for more. Whether a little cozy party or Sunday breakfast quickly the listener is caught in the Paris flair.
Live in the Salt Mine is a must for all the fans of Indra and to those who want to discover the man and his music. The CD offers 3 catchy tracks and a long dreamy music piece. A concert that was difficult to capture because of the imponderables link to an underground filming, from where a shorter version of the concert on DVD than the CD which gains 25 minutes missing on the DVD performance. Anyway, it remains a good audio-visual document and a very good CD where the music of the Romanian magician cannot let anybody indifferent.
Canvas Solaris was a band active from 1999 to 2011 that played a complex, experimental and technically sophisticated style of instrumental metal. The early line-up, namely Nathan Sapp (guitars, vocals), Jimmy McCall (bass guitar), Brad Jeffcoat (vocals) and Hunter Ginn (drums), recorded two demos and played several shows in South-Carolina. Jeffcoat and McCall left the band in 2002 and the group added Ben Simpkins (guitar, bass guitar, keyboards) to the line-up and began writing much more experimental instrumental technical, jazz-inspired progressive music. In June 2003 they released their first EP, "Spatial/Design". The group scaled back from live appearances and one year later arrived their first full-length album "Sublimation"…
Giorgos Bratanis, better known by his artistic name "Cayetano" is a Greek musician. He performs with his band - Cayetano Live Band - and as a DJ worldwide. The international recognition came in 2006, when he released the album "Focuced" getting airplay on radio stations and great reviews from the Press all over the World. The next step was even bigger, as his collaboration with Loopa Scava gave the "Up & Down" album, released by Etage Noir.
Since then, Cayetano has in his baggages 1 Nomination for the French Annually Prizes "Prix Radiophonie", the 1st Award for film scoring for the swedish film "Herr Holger", his song "Mathematical Sorrow" from the album "Focuced" as the official song for the Berlin's Mathematical Expo…
Shaman rhythms is very wide concept, but one should be present necessarily in shaman music is a key to doors in the world of spirits. This album, as well as possible corresponds to this sign. However the modern person need it not very often, we are very occupied by external circumstances and we sometimes simply would like to listen to good music. Modern rhythms are as well as possible combined with shaman motives, and Angelight proves it once again in this album. Impetuous shaman dancings and sad call of voices from the world of spirits can be heard in this music. Khomus and didgeridoos against electronic substrates and club bits create that perception which in the best way approaches for a romanticizing shamanizm inhabitants of modern cities.