Ambient

  • Roman Kharkovsky: “Tales Of Kharkov Through The Eyes Of My Nightingale”

    Roman Kharkovsky is described as “an entity of higher spiritual intelligence that belongs to Kharkov, city of Ukraine, and keeps playing music through the winds of Kharkov to the Dnieper River to the Carpathian Mountains, and all the way to the Black sea.” The artist’s original country of birth...
  • Forest Robots: “Supermoon Moonlight Part One” – gently evoked moods and distinct rhythms

    “Supermoon Moonlight Part One” is the debut electronic album from Forest Robots – a project of Los Angeles based Fran Dominguez. Occupied with our connection to, and the preservation of nature, the project which began as a letter to Fran’s daughter and has now expanded into a global communication...
  • Billy Swayze gives you every bit of magic he’s got!

    Passion for music and entertainment runs deep in Billy’s veins. The legacy of music and entertainment runs deep in Billy Swayze’s family. His cousin Roderick Falconer/Rod Taylor was a prolific rock singer/songwriter on Geffen Records who produced seven albums before launching his film career. Billy’s father was the pro...
  • Daniel Biro: “120 onetwenty” converges to create sweeping, majestic compositions

    Daniel Biro (pronounced Bee-ro) has a Hungarian background, but the London-based composer, keyboardist, producer, improviser, songwriter, sound-designer, label director, and video artist, grew up in Italy, and then France, which has endowed him with a rich dose of mixed European cultural flavors. Daniel, who is inspired by the 70’s...
  • Lake of the Lion – subtle, haunting yet triumphed sounds

    Lake of the Lion is the brand name and moniker for Luxembourg music composer and producer, Daniel Kohnen, who is steadily building up his catalog and increasing his fan-base with regular new releases. In recent years, ambient instrumental and soundtrack scores have been following a certain trend. Composers seem...
  • Freematic: “User Allusion” navigates through various sounds and rhythms

    “User Allusion” is a VLT (Very Long Track) by experimental electronic artist, Freematic. A ‘Very Long Track’ is an Ep or album length project, made up of one single track only.  “When you chop things up into small chunks and then mix them all together, something special happens,” says...
  • Ellis Hadlock: “Fusion to Love” – taps into a wellspring of inspiration

    “Fusion to Love”, the latest album by Ellis Hadlock, is seven tracks of layered pulses, melodic vibrancies, and foundational grooves that evoke a human expression of awe-inspiring vastness that stretches the very fabric of imagination. It is a beautiful and powerful expression of friendship, love and the artistic spirit....
  • Maki: ‘Waking Up With The World On Fire’ is absorbing

    Maki, the man behind the epically intriguing album, ‘Waking Up With The World On Fire’, formulates an intriguing symbiosis between New Age musicality, Darkwave and world-music influences, cinematic musings, and mythical meditations. His music is beautifully crafted, fully emotional, spiritually entrancing, intimately moving, seducing, majestic, enveloping and alluring. On...
  • Miftah Bravenda: “Sonder Asa” – sadly gorgeous…almost heartbreakingly beautiful

    Miftah Bravenda is a musician and sound engineer from Serang, Banten – Indonesia. His electronic music is inspired by the anxiety he feels from his bedroom. MONO, The Trees and The Wild, Man Without Country and Secular Ghost are among his favorite musicians. Miftah produces his music from his...