Markus Wormstorm – To Your Scattered Bodies Go (Spotify)

Markus Wormstorm – To Your Scattered Bodies Go (Spotify)

"To Your Scattered Bodies Go" from "Markus Wormstorm" recently album "Figure In Field" is a string quartet dark cinematic theme with experimental sound design, deep, hypnotic, including also 4/4 beats that can easily capture to his hypno atmosphere. Dont miss to check out also the video of this beautiful theme: https://youtu.be/cD525x3jsgc

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Leonardo Barilaro – Doors (Spotify)

Leonardo Barilaro – Doors (Spotify)

‘Doors’ is part of the new EP ‘BlackShip’ by Leonardo Barilaro, international pianist, composer and aerospace engineer. In Doors piano and synth are played at the same time, with the presence of guitar and drums. The style of the composition can be defined as Contemporary Space Music. Doors is the opening track of the BlackShip concept, that is inspired by the history of Malta during the Great Siege and shifted to the Future, where the island becomes the symbol for planet Earth and the BlackShip travels through Space to other planets. This new aesthetics is a hybrid of different experiences of the composer, like collaborations with contemporary fusion dancers and visual artists. This results in a music bridge between past and future, dreaming with retro-futurism nuances while rooting in the cultural inheritance. The main influences can be related to artists like Ayreon, Infected Mushroom, Ulver and Liquid Tension Experiment. - www.nullodiesinenota.com

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Shigar Interview on Nagamag.com

Shigar Interview on Nagamag.com

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

shigar:
I am influenced by many genres and sounds, you can hear it in my music. My debut album 'EarGasm' is a mixture of different genres that include elements of blues, jazz, nu-soul, classic music, rock, and more. I never create music with an initial idea of a specific genre. Each one of the tracks in the album reflects the mood that I was in at that particular moment, I let the music lead me and not the other way around.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

shigar:
My parents had me take piano lessons since I was 5 years old. 3 years later I joined the local conservatory where I played the trumpet and drums with a big band and an orchestra for 10 years. With the orchestra, we would mostly perform classical pieces, and with the big band, it was all about classic jazzy tunes. After graduating I took a break from playing instruments, that allowed me to rediscover my passion for music. I started developing a vocal ability from scratch, and work on my songwriting skills in search of my own sound. I picked up the electric guitar and collaborated with different musicians and artists, which all led me to work on my own album.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

shigar:
When I was a teen I played many solo shows as a trumpeter in different events, I think the turning point for me was when I got to play in a holocaust memorial day ceremony in front of 1000 people. I remember feeling an intense overwhelming sensation in my body that gave me shivers. I can't say I knew back then that I wanted to be an artist but that was definitely a milestone in my perception of what music is, and how it affects us as humans.


Nagamag:
what are the most important aspects for you in making music?

shigar:
The 2 main things for me are originality and personal connection. Creating and combining original and different sounds while staying true to my art, never compromising on the end result, although it is extremely hard sometimes. I have to feel a connection to my own music and be able to vibe with it after it is complete. I've talked to a lot of artists that say they prefer not to listen to their music after it is released. For me, that contradicts the whole purpose of creating your own music if you cannot connect to it and enjoy it in your spare time. As an independent artist, I have the advantage of full creative control of all my music, from the production to mixing and mastering, so the end result is exactly how I envisioned it to be.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

shigar:
Etta James "At last"


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

shigar:
Radiohead "Street Spirit"

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William Sanford – We Will Fight and Defeat These Bulbous Spheres with Their Tiny Little Crowns (Spotify)

William Sanford – We Will Fight and Defeat These Bulbous Spheres with Their Tiny Little Crowns
(Spotify)

William Sanford – We Will Fight and Defeat These Bulbous Spheres with Their Tiny Little Crowns (Spotify)

An out of the usual attempt to bridge the wide gulf between modern electronica and progressive rock which partly flirts with alternative and experimental. William Sanford is a hobbyist musician from the Chicago area/NW Indiana that draws influences from Ambient, Downtempo, IDM, Progressive Rock, Art Rock, Pop, and the Avant-garde.
More info: https://www.williamsanford.rocks/

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Sulkdrugs, Sundrugs, Sulk – Love Means Zero (Spotify)

Sulkdrugs, Sundrugs, Sulk – Love Means Zero
(Spotify)

Sulkdrugs, Sundrugs, Sulk – Love Means Zero (Spotify)

Sundrugs teams up with Sulk forming Sulkdrugs sound engineering a new experimental ambient release where it starts with a bright harmonic touch on "Love Means Zero"

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Akkor Interview on Nagamag.com

Akkor
Interview

Akkor Interview on Nagamag.com

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Nagamag:
What are the genres that describe better your music style?

Akkor:
Akkor is experimental/minimal electronica with influences from progressive, ambient and contemporary classical music. My main tools of composition are piano, synthesizers, found noises and field recordings.


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Akkor:
I hold a masters degree in Sonic Arts from Istanbul Technical University's Center for Advanced Studies in Music. I was a participant of the Red Bull Music Academy 2018, Berlin. As someone who has roots from being a progressive rock keyboardist, I’ve always been interested in sound design and composition. In around 2018, I got concentrated on surround audio and creating audiovisual performances.


Nagamag:
Do you remember your first connection of love to music that was the right impact to be a music artist now?

Akkor:
In around 2003, when I learned about how Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the Wall triggered country-wide protests of racial inequities in South Africa, I realized how big being creative and productive can affect the world and became passionate about it.


Nagamag:
You mentioned audiovisual performances, can you clarify this a bit?

Akkor:
I’m very excited about creating surround audio and composing for lighting systems to create sound and light performances that are in communication. Besides my solo works, I collaborate with artists from various disciplines to design site specific live stages for Akkor. Multi-channel audio surrounds the audience, I focus on this phenomenon and try to enrich it with the visual aspect of my live performances. I also collaborate to create artistic productions such as installations and video artworks.


Nagamag:
Music has no borders and many of us we may listen to more genres that we are mainly involved. So share with Nagamag which track comes first in your mind from music but is NOT similar to your genre?

Akkor:
King Crimson "Starless" (Red album)


Nagamag:
Of Course Nagamag would love to listen also which track from a similar artist you admire?

Akkor:
Murcof "Reflejo"

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Sundrugs – Tribute To Sailors Of The Kursk (Spotify)

Sundrugs – Tribute To Sailors Of The Kursk
(Spotify)

Sundrugs – Tribute To Sailors Of The Kursk (Spotify)

The new ambient drone album of Sundrugs it starts with a heavenly atmospheric scenery and moves on to a tribute about Kursk capturing perfectly the tension and the drama beneath. Continues exploring deep inside the sea abyss, with a tragic story telling, where only cold, dark and fear grows up. Liberating all feelings in a crescendo end, where anything in past is in doubt and questions for the future on the rise with no excuse for today.

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Akkor – An (Spotify)

Akkor – An
(Spotify)

Akkor – An (Spotify)

Besides the synthesizer recordings and found noises, “An” is a piano piece that is digitally manipulated and deformed. Produced and performed by Üstün Lütfi Yildirim, mixed by Yildirim with contributions of Kemal Cankaya, mastered by Cem Oral. With his new single “An”, Akkor presents his contemporary musical language and it’s tendencies, also teases the upcoming album “Durma” (March, 2020).

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Mattia Cupelli – MARES OF DIOMEDES (Spotify)

Mattia Cupelli – MARES OF DIOMEDES
(Spotify)

Mattia Cupelli – MARES OF DIOMEDES (Spotify)

Mattia Cupelli is an italian composer/producer based in Rome, Italy.
He merge Neo-Classical/Soundtrack/Ambient sounds with modern Minimal Electronic music.

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Brimbore – MoonMot (Video)

Brimbore – MoonMot
(Video)

Brimbore is a quiet mood with a strong melody. First a calm double bass solo introduces the song, then the trombone plays a melody over nice Fender Rhodes Harmony. Later alto saxophone and baritone saxophone and drums are added for a strong buildup that makes a intense peak.
Brimbore is the second single release from our upcoming album Goint Down the Well.
Going Down The Well is the debut album from UK/Swiss collaborative sextet MoonMot, a project bringing together Swiss musicians Simon Petermann (trombone/electronics) and Oli Kuster (Fender Rhodes/electronics) with the UK’s Dee Byrne (alto saxophone/electronics), Cath Roberts (baritone saxophone), Johnny Hunter (drums) and Seth Bennett (double bass). The album was recorded at BeJazz, Bern in March 2019 and is released by Swiss label Unit Records in February 2020

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