Danijel Zambo is a self-taught musician and began playing guitar and piano at the age of 14. After having played in a few bands, he released his first solo album "All my demons" in 2008. A wonderful debut between electronica and classical music. More critically acclaimed albums have followed and he is working as a freelance musician these days composing music for new media projects etc. "THE WORLD IS TOO LOUD, is a compilation of instrumentals I haven't released before because they simply didn't fit any album. Now I felt the time is right to release them and some of the tracks date back to more than ten years ago. Dreamy and evocative guitar ambience - a soundtrack for this age of turmoil."
Lavender Child's new single “Happy Illusions” was inspired from a weekend at an outdoor music festival. It is a song about the experience of love and the human connection to nature and whether that connection can be genuine when under the influence. “Happy Illusions” comes from the upcoming album "Reflections" which revolves around those moments of self-reflection where you ask yourself, how am I contributing to this world? How are my actions influencing the environment and the people around me?"
Ali Murray is a songwriter/musician hailing from the cold and rainy Isle of Lewis in northern Scotland. Equal parts grandiose and humble, effervescent and melancholy, spatial and solitary, Ali’s dark blend of acoustic folk, atmospheric post-rock, and dream pop is as beautifully depressing as it is introspectively invigorating. His lyrics, which speak of longing, loss, and various degrees of emotional turmoil we can all relate to in some way, speak volumes themselves but are also wonderfully complimented by moving melodies and expansive soundscapes; Ali proves himself to be a creator of an incredibly vast array of sound for a single person. An artistic channeler of all spectral ranges of human emotion, Ali Murray will appeal to any and all folks looking for that faint, but visible light at the end of the tunnel.
'Only Wind' is the new 4-song EP, featuring Canadian songwriter Stephanie Ratcliff on guest vocals and Luke Cowan on piano.
Mostacho Xprmnt was founded by Costa Rican drummer and composer Andres Marin in Brooklyn, New York. The NeoSoul/Fusion band is formed by Leala Cyr on vocals, Luis D'Elias on guitar, Dave Lowenthal on bass and Hayely Lam on keys.
It started as an outlet to create music without limitations as far as genres or styles, therefore the experimental component. It consolidated in 2013 with Eitan Akman, Haruka Yabuno and Najwa Mahiaddin. As they worked with Malayan singer Najwa Mahiaddin the group took a stronger R&B and Soul direction, while maintaining elements of rock, jazz, funk and latin music. Some of their main influences include Erykah Badu, Esperanza Spalding, Snarky Puppy, Frank Zappa and Hiatus Kaiyote.
In 2015, korean singer Song Yi Jeon took over the lead vocals and in 2016 they released their first single “Que Mae Mas Raro” with Dave Lowenthal on bass, Luis D’Elias on guitar and Miguel Gallardo on keys. They have performed at Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, The Shrine, ShapeShifter Lab, Williamsburg Music Center and more venues in New York as well as in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
In 2017 singer Leala Cyr and pianist Hayley Lam join the band. In November they released an eclectic EP of remixes by 28 Lines, Matt Sokol and Copper Tony. They are currently working on post-production of the second single “Clap With Me”
Mostacho Xprmnt partnered with producers 28 Lines, Matt Sokol and Copper Tony to create the first EP of remixes of their Fusion/NeoSoul music. It was released under Music Dribble Entertainment. The result is 3 radically different songs with sounds that push genre boundaries in the same way that the band does, but bringing it into the electronic realm.
The original song "Que Mae Mas Raro" is an atonal composition and an ode to weirdness. It was performed by Song Yi Jeon on vocals, Luis D'Elias on guitar, Dave Lowenthal on bass, Miguel Gallardo on keys and Andres Marin on drums.
GroundBurst is an instrumental rock trio whose sound strikes for the band’s kaleidoscopic approach and wide-open mindset. The band consists of Phil, Si, and Erik, respectively on guitars, bass & keys, and drums. These three talented musicians set out to create a lush, diverse and textural musical backdrop, borrowing from influences as diverse as electronic music, psychedelia, rock and even jazz with a minimalistic flair. Their recent release, “Triad” is an EP featuring 3 original compositions, as the title of the release might lead you to guess!
These Are Truly The Last Days is a musical project with a driven experimental twist. Their music blurs the lines between various genres, including ambient, electronica, glitch hop, and more. The project’s self-titled studio effort features 11 studio tracks.