Tommy Embrich – Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Spotify)

Tommy Embrich – Hanging Gardens of Babylon
(Spotify)

Tommy Embrich – Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Spotify)

The composition explores lush, colorful harmonics, timbres, and textures of the mythical Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Additionally, it symbolizes the dichotomous relationship between the primitive nature of early humans, amongst the cultural and technological sophistication of Mesopotamian and Egyptian civilizations.

Dario Forzato – Chrysalis (Spotify)

Dario Forzato – Chrysalis
(Spotify)

Dario Forzato – Chrysalis (Spotify)

This post-rock instrumental piece combines melodic and ambient guitars with an calm and relaxing feeling.

Martin Perret’s L’Anderer – Junctures – Radio Edit (Spotify)

Martin Perret’s L’Anderer – Junctures – Radio Edit
(Spotify)

Martin Perret’s L’Anderer – Junctures – Radio Edit (Spotify)

This is the first single of the upcoming second album of L'Anderer. A Berlin based contemporary & improvised music band.

Millaze – The Top of the World (Spotify)

Millaze – The Top of the World
(Spotify)

Millaze – The Top of the World (Spotify)

This is a pretty weird take on a piano solo - it's not ambient and expected, its very nearly piano-speaking, with an ebb and flow obviously telling a story about some climbing struggle. Its mysterious open-ending is some kind of twisted, unfinished victory standing at The Top of the World.

Dissociation narrator Millaze writes "books" with her piano to bridge the mental gap between Oakland, the dream world in her head, and reality (in Bloomington, IN and Pittsburgh, PA, US).

Jofre – Not Anymore (Spotify)

Jofre – Not Anymore
(Spotify)

Jofre – Not Anymore (Spotify)

First song from EP Interludes II with strong aim at guitar riff building up through whole track. Energic and atmospheric mood

Anhedral Interview on Nagamag.com

Anhedral
Interview

Anhedral Interview on Nagamag.com

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

Anhedral:
Ambient, Soundscape, Cinematic, Instrumental, Drone


Nagamag:
Few words about your musical background and career?

Anhedral:
Change, is constant. Driven by influences as diverse from his past bands' works, to melodic classic instrumentals, Anhedral (Singapore) combines sounds from people's daily, recognizable elements with a tint of unprecedented melodies. Listeners will be confronted with repetitive reconsiderations of their final conclusion about his learned pieces.


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

Anhedral:
It was the day where my dad gave me an electric guitar on my 17th birthday, just watching him play in front of me and guiding me the basic chords to start off everything, till now.


Nagamag:
Why are there no recorded vocal tracks in your works?

Anhedral:
I believe plain sounds, can really bring out different interpretations of a single track.


Nagamag:
Friends or How I Met Your Mother?

Anhedral:
I'm a crazy HIMYM fan!


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?

Anhedral:
Elephant Gym "Finger"


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

Anhedral:
Rest You Sleeping Giant Three Sparrows

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Life as a Moon – A Shallow Heartache (Spotify)

Life as a Moon – A Shallow Heartache
(Spotify)

Life as a Moon – A Shallow Heartache (Spotify)

Debut release from Life as a Moon. The song is emotional and contemplative, combining both ambient and neo-classical elements.

No More Leroy – Visiting Persephone – Radio Version (Spotify)

No More Leroy – Visiting Persephone – Radio Version
(Spotify)

No More Leroy – Visiting Persephone – Radio Version (Spotify)

This song is from No More Leroy's latest album, Notes on Invisibility. In this piece, the band combines it's signature sound with a Vietnamese flute.

John Lebanon – Vermontier (Spotify)

John Lebanon – Vermontier
(Spotify)

John Lebanon – Vermontier (Spotify)

John Lebanon is an avant-garde band based in Providence, RI. Founded by Roy S, MD, the project originally began as a way for the songwriter to cope with the physically and mentally exhausting work of a medical resident at Brown University. One afternoon in a local park, far from the chaos of the hospital, Roy composed the song ‘Providence is Divine’. Sensing he’d come up with something special, the young artist began scouring the city, where he found plenty of eager collaborators. Together, they have released a string of singles and EP’s packed to the brim with catchy melodies and irresistible hooks. All tracks are original, crated with love and care.

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