Chris Wirsig, Daniel E. Wakefield – Time Running (Spotify)

“Sensual vocal pleasure, an ensemble from the living orchestra which in the aggregate will break your heart in pieces, which was too far to captivate with the body. -Time Running- fills with warm sensations that smoothly cool and create a chilling wave of goosebumps under your skin.”

“Чувственное наслаждение от вокала, ансамбля из живого оркестра, что в совокупности разобьёт ваше сердце на пазлы, которое слишком долго был в плену тела. -Time Running- наполняет тёплыми ощущениями, которые плавно остывают и создают прохладную волну мурашек под кожей.”

-Nagamag.com

Inspired by the series "Outlander," Daniel E. Wakefield and Chris Wirsig wrote a hauntingly beautiful, poetic song that captures Scottish and Americana elements. "Time Running" conveys the eternal longing you feel when standing on the cliffs of Scotland or standing in the vast plains of the American heartland. A cinematic experience.

www.chriswirsig.com/

Chris Wirsig enjoyed classical training on piano and saxophone, studied audio engineering at SAE Technology College, and has more than 20 years experience in music production. Apart from other projects he started the acclaimed Electro Noire band no:carrier in 1995 and the Electronica/Chill-Out project Virtual Conformity in 2001. He's also co-writing and producing songs with other artists like Liza Marie Sparks, Queen Chameleon, The Dust Ryde, echoekill, and many others.

His music can be heard in games like the acclaimed Top Ten iPad game "Alien Tribe 2", the multiple award-winning short movies "Intervention," "20 Matches," "Cat Dexx: Inkosi," "Trick Of The Old Cat," the comedy feature film "39 And A Half," and in TV shows on ABC, E!, MTV, Fox Sports, Audience Network/DirecTV, and others.

After studying audio engineering, he worked as editor for the musician & tech magazines KEYS and Studio Post Pro, and founded the first German fair-trade record label, NovaTune. Chris is a Grammy Voting Member, as well as a member of the Society Of Composers and Lyricists, for which he also served as LA Administrator for two years.