New album Lower Tones by Brad Couture

2017-07-17 06:12:16 UTC

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Hours alone. Low lights, late nights, and soft melodies.

This is how NH-born composer Brad Couture crafts his music from start to finish - writing, playing, recording, and mixing all his own material in the isolation of his studio. From the first hammer strike on piano string, to the last synthesizer wrapping up all in a warm blanket, his sonic structures are constructed with care - emotionally inspired and acoustically defined.

From the sparse, ambient piano arrangements stretching to full orchestral swells backed by chiming guitars, his melodically driven songs weave uplifting crescendos with melancholic introspection to paint cinematic soundscapes.

With the release of Brad’s new album, Lower Tones, Brad has drawn additional inspiration from neo-classical styles of composition, replacing some the roaring guitars and pounding drums of previous releases with the gentle swells of ambient noise and solo cello. Lower Tones provides the perfect atmosphere to plug in earphones, and unplug from the world.

This is Brad Couture's a first full length album - He wrote, played, recorded and mixed every song himself.



Genre : ambient, cinematic, film, music, neo-classical, piano, post-rock

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New album - One Might Wonder by King Sigh

2016-12-28 06:11:10 UTC

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The music, recordings and artwork are by Peter Laermans & Zowie Vangeel, 2 guys from Scherpenheuvel, Belgium. King Sigh is very 'do it yourself'. The album is completely instrumental, without giving in on the melodic-euphoric character of the songs. Unlike many instrumental music 'One Might Wonder' often has a spicy variation and compact dynamics. . In the past King Sigh won Puredemo on PureFM radio and was Cutting Edge Talent of the Week in Belgium.

Track List


  • Fibres - 02:55 info 
  • Gloria - 04:36 info 
  • Her Majesty - 03:22 info 
  • Mount Lupin - 03:57 info 
  • Under the Radar - 03:36 info 
  • Ruiner - 03:37 info 
  • Nord Raft - 03:48 info 
  • Vitamyn - 03:56 info 
  • Komorebi - 03:25 info 
  • Vulture Buffet - 03:21 info 
  • Kraken - 05:34 info


Genre : rock, film, instrumental, pop, post-rock

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