Psolkaiyn – “Fail the World” – a great level of creativity that becomes apparent the more you listen to it

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Psolkaiyn is a pseudonym for the artist who loves bean dip with chips, learning, reading books, dragons, and telling stories. The eldest of eight children,

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Lorenzo Bazzoni – “The Lord Of The Valleys” – a lush and mesmerizing sonic landscape

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The combination of instruments, the epic build-up of each song section, along with some really smart compositional work make “The Lord Of The Valleys”, by

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Vasilis Pittas – “Hold My Soul” ripens and unfurls with each passing minute

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Independent music composer Vasilis Pittas creates music scores that are perfectly crafted, emotive pieces of work. He highlights his talent in electronica with expertly crafted

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David Tv Barnes – “Lost Time” sounds as passionate as it does smooth and mellow

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There is considerable excitement in hearing an artist with the ambition and accomplishment of saxophonist and producer, David Tv Barnes as he uncovers the tools

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Yuki Ato Narayan – “Various Meaning in These Days” – a seductive suite of instrumentals

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Upon my first hearing of the album “Various Meaning in These Days” by Ambient, Chillout and Neo-Classical music composer Yuki Ato Narayan, I listened and immediately

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See Your Shadow Songwriting shows a huge amount of thought put into the crafting of each project

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See Your Shadow Songwriting is a musical creation entity currently based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Run by Michael Coleman, aka The Metropolitan Cowboy, See Your

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INTERVIEW: Don Hughes and “A Hero’s Journey”

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Don Hughes released his debut solo album in 2008. In 2012 he got married to his longtime girlfriend, after which time he followed a substantial

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Bruce Cohen – “Six BC” – evocative and smart electronica from a talented artist

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The good news is that “Six BC” is a superb album, one of the best to bear the Bruce Cohen name in quite some time

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MadnessMen – “God’s Blood” – captures the listener in the clutches of its epic imaginary world

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MadnessMen are 2 Italian guys who first start making music for games and phone apps. After working on dozen of tracks they decided that it

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Vincent Krennerich – “Flugträume” is stunning in its uncluttered beauty

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Vincent Krennerich is a young pianist and composer from Bavaria, Germany, who has been living in Austria for the past three years, where he recorded

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