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Dan Schrage – Puppet Master – New York Version (Spotify)

“Neoclassical solo playing from the hands of Dan Schrage. An interesting piece for piano lovers, made with craft and special attention between transitions. Clear intro, main part and outro, all balanced in harmony.”

-Nagamag.com

Solo piano with interesting interplay between right hand and left after a short intro.

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ÜUCE – Your Name Is A Song (Spotify)

“-Your Name is a Song- is a healing breath of our beloved neoclassical ambient. Sensual piano sounds, echoes of emotions awakening in the chest. Vintage sound of strings with complete harmony and unity.”

“-Your Name is a Song- это целительный глоток любимого нами неоклассического эмбиена. Чувственные звуки фортепиано, пробуждающееся в груди эхо эмоций. Винтажный звук струн и полная гармония и единение.”

-Nagamag.com

Artist shared with us few words about the inspiration of this song:

"This is a song I wrote for my son, Jude, on his second birthday. It's meant to be an encouragement for him as he grows up in a world that is less predictable every day." - ÜUCE

About ÜUCE:

Born in New Jersey, USA, musician Scott West started performing music at a young age with the support of his family and peers. With multiple projects, including Of Oceans, under his belt, Scott felt it was the time to move in a new direction and begin his work on ÜUCE, a neo-classical, ambient project.

Enjoy relaxing and reflective songs with various influences such as world, psydub, trance, etc.

Relying heavily on felt piano sounds, synths, and percussion, this new endeavor from Scott West is honest and thoughtful.

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Luminem, IKSRE – Mind Stroll (feat. IKSRE) (Spotify)

“Sometimes, the music takes you by the hand and leads you away from the surrounding bustle. It helps reflect the endless barrage of fire in the bustling streets of cities. In this case -Mind Stroll- is a great opportunity to build at least for a moment, a high barrier and allow yourself to let go of everything.”

“Бывает, музыка берёт тебя за руку и уводит прочь от окружающей суеты. Помогает отразить шквал бесконечного огня шумных улиц городов. В таком случае -Mind Stroll- это прекрасная возможность возвести хотя бы на мгновение высокий барьер и позволить себе отпустить всё и вся. ”

-Nagamag.com

Luminem’s third release Mind Stroll is quite a departure from her first two releases. With a more sombre undertone, Mind Stroll is an exploration through the recesses of one’s mind.

The left hand plays a steady ostinato throughout, giving some sense of stability, while the right hand moves from melancholic to a more urgent, slightly eery expression.

Featuring Phoebe Dubar aka IKSRE on violas which bring an added depth of emotion, there is an unresolved tension that carries throughout the piece.

Mind Stroll is the third single from Luminem's debut EP set to release mid 2021.

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SLEEVEENS – The Draw (Video)

“The power of music is so great that it can transfer our deepest feelings. “SLEEVEENS” prove their ability to give shape in raw sound with this sophisticated, dedicated to love, Neoclassical piece.”

-Nagamag.com

The Draw is a love song about the magnetism between flawed individuals and the perceived certainty that we can find in each other.
The track starts out with a composition of beautiful strings and haunting vocals.
The video for The Draw, features footage from the film “She Shoulda Said No!”, featuring Lila Leeds.

The tragic story of the demise of Lila Leeds’s film career and her participation in the making of this exploitation film touches heavily on themes within the song about being pulled towards reckoning with uncomfortable truths that upset our world view. And in the current cultural landscape where attitudes towards gender, representation and identity are in flux it is important to remember examples of tragic discrimination like that of Lila Leeds.

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SLEEVEENS is Gareth McCarthy (instruments and voice) and Craig Cahill (voice and words).

Gareth and Craig have written, performed and worked together for over 20 years in a number of different musical groups (e.g. Red Empire, Resolution End and others)

They have graced many of Ireland’s largest stages over the years (e.g. The Olympia, Vicar St, Cork Opera House, The INEC) as well as touring abroad.

And they have both appeared and performed live on Irish television and radio many times (RTÉ’s The Saturday Night Show, The Late Late Show, Two Tube, The John Murray Show, TG4’s Róisín and many more).

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Fransoafran – A Wish (Spotify)

“What you want, when night falls over the horizon? Composer and talented violinist -Fransoafran- answers this question in his new work -A Wish-. Bright, distinctive sound, gentle melody, which connect the soul desires.”

“Чего желаете вы, когда вечер опускается за горизонт? Композитор и талантливый скрипач -Fransoafran- отвечает на этот вопрос в своём новом произведение -A Wish-. Яркий, выразительный звук, нежная мелодия, в котором происходите соединение желаний с душой.”

-Nagamag.com

A contemporary classical composition for piano, violin and cello, with a musical motif developing to tell the story of someone barely daring to express a wish, then overcoming their inner fears to transform this secret dream into a firm resolve.

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Roman Wróblewski – Big Hug (Video)

“The pronounced expression and collection of the artist’s intention and classical performance -Roman Wróblewski-. Emotions that can not be hidden. -Big Hug- is the expressive power of feelings and thoughts.”

“Ярко выраженная экспрессия и совокупность авторского замысла и классического исполнения -Roman Wróblewski-. Эмоции, которые невозможно скрыть. -Big Hug- это сила проявления чувств и переживаний.”

-Nagamag.com

Longing for closeness intimacy during the pandemic – a new music video by Roman
Wróblewski.

The video was produced in the post-industrial setting of the Companhia União
Fabril (CUF) industrial park in Barreiro, Portugal. The preparation process, including shooting, took
more than a year and was interrupted twice by restrictions caused by the prevailing Covid_19
pandemic.

Lucília Raimundo, a Mozambican-born dancer and choreographer who has worked with many
theatres in Portugal and Europe for over 15 years, is responsible for the choreography. The second
dancer in the video is Carolina Carloto, a talented Portuguese artist of the young generation.
Initially, the movements and gestures were meant to tell a story about love and the fear of losing
someone close. However, with the proliferation of Covid_19, and the resulting increasing
restrictions on social distance and uncertainty, the idea for the choreography naturally evolved into
a story about the uniqueness of the times in which we live.

The video was directed and shot by Andre Abrantini, a Portuguese director who is also the author
of the second video clip to Roman Wróblewski’s music, “Jump”. While working on “Big Hug”, Andre
decided to use black and white imagery, emphasising the opposition of the main characters. This
apt artistic move also highlighted the contrasts and shapes of the unique post-industrial setting and
works wonderfully with the poignant melody played in the low register of the piano.

The location of the video also plays an extremely important role in the image. With the help of the
Pada Studios residency centre and courtesy of Baia do Tejo company, the artists had the unique
grounds of an industrial park in Barreiro at their disposal. This park, closed after the 1974
revolution, was one of the largest complexes of its kind in early 20th century Europe, employing
nearly 10,000 people in its heyday. The dilapidated buildings and vast areas of factory waste,
together with Lucília Raimundo’s emotive choreography, complement Roman Wróblewski’s music
to create a moving work that tells a story, full of longing for a simple hug.

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Peter Aries – Christmas (Spotify)

“Did you miss the bright colours of the past childhood? The magician -Peter Aries- decorate your mood with warm vibrations from his neoclassical work -Christmas-. The magic world of music, directly at your doorstep. Enjoy!”

“Соскучились по ярким краскам ушедшего детства? Маг и волшебник -Peter Aries- разукрасит ваше настроение тёплыми вибрациями своего неоклассического произведения -Christmas-. Волшебство в мире музыки у вашего порога. Наслаждайтесь!”

-Nagamag.com

Peter Aries shared few words with us about his new release "

" The "Stories" EP is my first attempt at a purely classical themed release. The song Christmas is a tribute to my granddad who passed away in a tragic accident in 2016. It symbolizes the feelings connected to holidays (Christmas in particular) and how nothing is, or ever will be, like it was before. But the memories remains. "

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David Bertok – Monaco (Spotify)

“-David Bertok- proves himself a unique composer and incredibly talented artist. His composition -Monaco- from the album -Botero- sticks out from this charming waltz violin and piano. Dance of the two moons on the melting horizon. Work which worths your attention.”

“-David Bertok- уникальный композитор и невероятно талантливый художник своих произведений. Его композиция -Monaco- с альбома -Botero- это обаятельный вальс скрипки и пиано. Танец двух лун на тающем горизонте. Поразительные ассоциации. Достойное вашего внимания произведение.”

-Nagamag.com

From the Soundtrack to the documentary film "Botero" - about the famous artist's life.

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David was born in Bratislava, Slovakia and grew up in Munich, Germany where he studied classical piano.

As a Fulbright Scholar, David relocated to Los Angeles in 2012 to complete the SMPTV program at the University of Southern California. Since graduating he has been composing and orchestrating for feature films, documentaries and television in the United States and Europe.

His stirring melodic sensitivity along with his creative production approach give his scores a unique voice.

Recent credits include music for the feature films “Botero”, “For the Love of George” (starring Rosanna Arquette), the award winning “The Wedding Invitation” and the Netflix TV show Chef’s Table.

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Alex Marchisone – Spores, Pt. 2: The Circle (Spotify)

“Cinematic piano piece single from the hands of Alex Marchisone. Dedicated to our natural environment and the endless circle of nature. Discover the infinity as it is captured from the strike of the first tinkering notes. Balanced harmony resulting from high creativity skills.”

-Nagamag.com

Alex's new single 'Spores, Pt. 2: The Circle' is the second and last part of a mini suite inspired by nature and the environmental crisis. This track represents the infinite circle of nature from microscopic through macroscopic to cosmic and universal.

A short film for the entire suite is in the making.

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Ron Eisner – Perfect Lover (Spotify)

“True Retro Soul single with plenty of acoustic sounds and relaxing slow pace. Sit on your cozy couch with a glass of wine and raise a bit your speakers' volume. Concentrate on the passionate singing of Ron Eisner and forget everything else.”

-Nagamag.com

"Perfect Lover" is about love & disillusionment, desire & tragedy, the lengths we go & the masks we wear to feel passion... The song was written on acoustic guitar then later recorded in a studio with 4 of us in a room for basic tracks with overdubs added later and strings added at my home studio.

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While Ron Eisner’s music is deeply rooted in traditional American songwriting, his unique life experiences and genre hopping tendencies give him a sound all his own. Music was originally just a hobby for the Miami based singer/songwriter, as he spent much of his life traveling the world. When his life was turned upside down by a catastrophic car accident on a surf trip to Costa Rica, Ron turned to songwriting as a coping mechanism. Music soon became his sole outlet for expression. He started his career as a member of the ten piece reggae band The Resolvers, which earned him recognition around his home state. As he sharpened his craft, he set out on his own, developing a deeply personal yet universally relatable style, rooted in poetic lyrics and instantly memorable melodies. With the release of his first official tracks in 2021, Ron aims to connect with like minded audiences around the globe.

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