Jakob Lindhagen – Here, Before

“Just love the production on this piece, all the details it have, noises, fx, but the heart, the heart is that lush piano with an amazing cello, that is so moving, sad and at the same time full of hope. Amazing how it captures all emotions you can feel at the same time, like a remembrance, images of the past you will have forever.”



Joris Holtackers – Qaanaaq (feat. Johan Olof and Bart Soeters) [version for Lemon Sharks trio]

“There's music that can be always suitable and welcome from the vast majority of listeners. Here's a representative example of Cinematic sound, based on simple, minimal elements with deep influence to your ears. A peaceful production which will touch your soul in the most gentle way.”


Peter Drew x Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra – Symphony No. 1 “Reminiscence”: II. Pictures in an Album

“A beautiful symphonic journey into the illusory world of the authors of this excellent musical work. Beautiful transmission of form and mood, the depth of the narrative and a chic immersion in your atmosphere. Such music was created exclusively for one thing - to make you understand how beautiful the world around us is.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Красивое симфоническое путешествие в иллюзорный мир авторов этого превосходного музыкального произведения. Красивая передача формы и настроения, глубина повествования и шикарное погружение в свою атмосферу. Подобная музыка создана исключительно для одного — чтобы дать вам понять, как прекрасен окружающий нас мир.”


Peter Drew’s SYMPHONY NO. 1 “REMINISCENCE” is a pastiche of sorts; it gathers up the musical moments that have touched the composer throughout his life. These musical reminiscences recall his excitement as a very young boy, listening to the works of the great western composers through the speaker of a portable radio, and musically encapsulate his discovery of jazz and popular music. The symphony eventually carries listeners well beyond the shores of America to Africa, Australia, Brazil, throughout Europe, India, and Mongolia. Those who follow Drew along this symphonic journey are sure to reap the rewards of the composer’s lifelong dedication to music in all its forms.

someofw – Movement

“This piece of music is one of the best I've heard in a while. Beautiful themes, strings sections, lush piano, arranged perfectly. I hope that this would feature in some movie soundtrack one day. Something that I played in a loop for an hour, just amazing, pure musical art.”



Damian Boylan – Expansions

“A beautiful journey to the world of dreams, in which such amazing genres as the atmosphere of Experimental Electronic, the Downloads Downtempo and the elegance of Neo Classical are intertwined. Magic and magic in one bottle, which must be drunk to the bottom.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Красивое путешествие в мир снов, в котором переплелись такие удивительные жанры, как атмосфера Experimental Electronic, ритмы Downtempo и изящность Neo Classical. Магия и волшебство в одном флаконе, испить который надо до дна.”


Expansions is the first single from British visual artist, composer & producer, Damian Boylan’s forthcoming 2 x 12” LP vinyl, studio album, Rarefactions. Mastered by Matt Colton (Brian Eno, Four Tet, Thom Yorke, Flume, Bicep, Caribou), and conducted with live strings from Air Studios, London (Hans Zimmer, Ólafur Arnalds), this debut experimental electronic and contemporary, classically infused composition sets the scene for an album that treads a sumptuous balance between poignant instrumentation and experimental foley based percussion.

Each artwork for the 12 album tracks comes from Boylan’s accompanying series of paintings, as well as official videos to accompany each song, also produced and directed by Damian Boylan


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