Instrumental

  • Shuaib: “Gem” – unique and really quite hypnotic

    Shuaib is a new artist that raps, sings, and produces his own music. Currently out with two instrumentals and working on many new projects of different genres: hip hop, trap, lo fi, R&B, and pop music. We recently caught up with his single “Gem” an ambitious and beautiful work,...
  • Miky Anton: “Childish” is pure, honest to goodness stimulating music!

    The experimental neo-classical composer and violinist, Miky Anton, has been perfecting his craft since he was 5 years of age and has since built up an impressive career through his versatility and deft command of the instrument. Miky studied at the University of Bucharest, Romania, and also gained an...
  • George Arriola: “Just Let It Be” – the epitome of musical power and finesse!

    George Arriola studied music from Grade School through to College. He sings, plays multiple instruments and enjoys composing music in a number of styles, though he predominantly works with Rock, Jazz-Rock and Christian Rock music. George, who also ran his own successful recording studio in which has released the...
  • Andrew Barreto: “Tension” is dynamically impacting

    “Tension” the debut single by 19 year old Missouri based composer and pianist, Andrew Barreto, is casually described as a sad instrumental piece. But closer listening, reveals that it contains many more emotional elements that are linked to that sadness. Masked with this range of emotion, the track radiates...
  • Lune: “Ixtab” is exceptionally fascinating

    Lune is a nineteen-year-old experimental musician from Johannesburg (South Africa), who uses his music to explore primarily human emotional complexities through instrumental compositions. His latest EP “Ixtab” is exceptionally fascinating. The music seems to glow with a strange otherworldly luminescence, as Lune weaves his soundscapes through both harmony and...
  • Review & Interview: Illrecur – “Evolu” is a superb mix of orchestral and synthetic tones!

    illrecur has spent the last decade building an impressive resume of instrumental music releases, and if he continues at this pace, his catalog will soon rival, if it has not already surpassed the greatest of music composers, pushing him into the ranks of the true film score masters such...
  • Lana Laws: Kalasin – a powerful, effortlessly epic work!

    Lana Laws is a transgender keyboardist, guitarist and bassist and the creator of “Kalasin” – a symphonic, progressive instrumental metal project. The name of the project comes from Kalasin – a town, as well as a province, in the northeast of Thailand, which is dear to Laws, due to...
  • Invadable Harmony: “Memory” – a sophisticated sonic statement

    I really knew nothing about Invadable Harmony until I heard the song “Memory” on Spotify and so I was willing to give her whole playlist a listen. Definitely a pleasant surprise. Unlike a lot of ambient or New Age music, her compositions do not aimlessly meander or drone excessively....
  • frixion dance: “Soundboy” EP – A combination of Electronic flavors

    Producers Phil Joseph, Len Bailey and Wayne Turner make up the project frixion dance that has been around since 1994, doing house, dance, jungle, and big room music. They have just dropped off their EP single called “Soundboy”. The track comes in various electronic flavors like the “Big Room...