Music Genre

alex kate – Lost In You

“Emotional, deep, well written and with a beautiful voice. Although it does start with a retro feel to it, songs shapes out to be quite modern with great production. Love that the rhythm parts feel like another instrument and the pizzicato strings at the end is a really nice touch. ”

-Nagamag.com

Lost in You was written from start to finish after watching a murder mystery programme which for some unknown reason hit Alex with inspiration. Running upstairs to her bedroom to quickly record the song, Alex says: “You wouldn’t think that a programme about murders would inspire such a love song.. You never know when creative moments are going to hit I guess.”

Even though the foundation of the song was established rather quickly, Alex sat on it for quite a while, trying to figure out what it needed to sound like. She has: “the same feeling about songs as Michael Angelo had about sculptures. Songs are like angels caught in marble and you have to just chip away to release them and some can take more time than others.”

In order to unlock the full potential of the song, she brought Daniel Newcombe (MD for BEKA) into the project this August and when he sent the first demo, she knew that she had finally found the angel: “He created the ethereal dreamscape that I knew I was looking for that reflected the utter abandonment to love.”

The video to Lost in You was shot in Capetown as most of her visuals for the Rebel for Love EP. While working with just a demo at the time, she got a friend, Freddie Reed who usually works for National Geographic, involved and had the wild idea to go and shoot the video in two days in the desert and finish at a farm up on a cliff 500km from Capetown. “‘Sounds great,’ I said to Freddie. I didn’t know that we would be driving through some of the heaviest rain that the Karoo desert has seen in 10 years and get to our final destination and there to be no sunset or stars and a complete white out. However, it was actually the most amazing experience shooting in the desert where Afrikaburn happens. Freddie Reed, the director wanted to encapsulate the feeling of being lost and lonely in the city and at peace and alive in the desert. I think he has done a magical job.”
www.alexkatemusic.com/

Stephanie Schneiderman – Daughters

“Love the change of pace this song have, with an amazing vocals, to melodic structures it brings, from one mood to another, just great writing and arrangement. Back vocal edits are perfectly placed and the detail I like the most is that reversed piano keys in transitions. ”

-Nagamag.com

www.stephanieschneiderman.com/

Rosanne Baker Thornley – Sorry I’m Late

“This track as an easy reminder to many of us, which and who in our life is most important. This is a small, personal drama, which is beautifully packed in a musical box and is presented to its listeners. Charming vocals accompanied by acoustic music.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Этот трек как лёгкое напоминание многим из нас, что и кто в нашей жизни важнее всего. Это небольшая, личная драма, которая красиво упакована в музыкальную коробочку и преподнесена своим слушателям. Очаровательный вокал в сопровождении акустической музыки.”

-Nagamag.com

Sorry I’m Late features the vulnerable and introspective title track, which gently pieces together the hectic nature of a day in Thornley’s life, as well as the most rewarding experiences she’s had, such as raising her daughter.

Over hypnotic acoustic guitar, drums, and lilting piano, Thornley straddles the line between entering into the future’s unknown and grappling with the present’s quickening pace.
www.rbtsong.com/

Signe – Back to Center

“The track that acts as a binder between two people sharing a large distance. A good supply of all material within the framework of the Chamber Pop genre, simple and affordable arranging and incomparable vocals -signe-, which will echoing in your head like a lonely, warm wind.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Трек, который выступает в качестве связующей нити между двумя людьми разделяющих большое расстояние. Хорошая подача всего материала в рамках жанра Chamber Pop, простая и доступная аранжировка и бесподобный вокал -Signe-, который будет эхом гулять в вашей голове словно одинокий, тёплый ветер.”

-Nagamag.com

"Written while on an extended back packing trip to northern Thailand, Back to Center is a letter to my partner. It asks him to hold on to our connection just a little longer, that I too could feel it about to break, but I would be home within the month. It’s one of my greatest love letters."
www.signemusic.com/

Aleks Grey x Iselin – Five Minutes

“Sometimes, in life there is only five minutes to realize important things, whether it is the meaning of being, a love triangle or why the stars above our heads are so far from us, but so beautiful and inaccessible. Plunge into this fairy tale with -Aleks Grey and Iselin- and draw conclusions - which is actually important in your life.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Порой, в жизни бывает лишь пять минут, чтобы осознать важные вещи, будь то смысл бытия, любовный треугольник или почему звёзды над нашими головами так далеки от нас, но так прекрасны и недосягаемы. Окунитесь в эту сказку вместе с -Aleks Grey и Iselin- и сделайте выводы — что на самом деле важно в вашей жизни.”

-Nagamag.com

Five minutes is a mellow pop gem written and performed by the Norwegian artists Aleks Grey and Iselin. Both hail from the west coast of Norway, and although they live in Oslo, they drove out west to a studio called Ocean Sound Studios, where they found the inspiration to their next single "Five Minutes". The song is about everyday life, with stress, always some terrible story on the news, work, social media etc., but then taking the time, to just be, two people together. Put on a song and just dance.

«Can we just listen to Holocene, and shut out all the noise that’s been keeping us down lately? Cause lately it’s been too much.»

Hazlett – Oh Downhill

“When there is a soul in music, it resonates with the feelings of those who plunge into it as much as possible. She smoothly leads to herself and tells her unique story. Here is the most tender track, whose acoustic atmosphere is ready to swallow you like a hungry and wild beast.” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Когда в музыке есть душа, то она максимально резонирует с чувствами тех, кто погружается в неё. Она плавно ведёт за собой и рассказывает свою уникальную историю. Перед вами нежнейший трек, чья акустическая атмосфера готова вас проглотить словно голодный и дикий зверь.”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/thisishazlett/

Ollee Owens – Through the Darkest Night

“Awesome ownership of your voice, so bright, sonorous and rich! The melody and atmosphere americana completely captures all your attention and attracts to itself as if a powerful magnet! No magic and magic, before you is pure, real, lively music!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“Потрясающее владение своим голосом, такой яркий, звонкий и насыщенный! Мелодия и атмосфера Americana полностью захватывает всё ваше внимание и приковывает к себе словно мощным магнитом! Никакой магии и волшебства, перед вами чистая, настоящая, живая музыка!”

-Nagamag.com

Ollee Owens is a musical force of nature who combines burning intensity with elegant grace and skilled composure wrapped in an electrifying blues rock veneer. The result is an unforgettable, emotionally charged musical experience that moves both body and soul. Having released “Edge of Goodbye” and “Raging Fire” earlier this year, Owens has set her intentions as a talented artist who deals in authenticity.

Latest single, “Through the Darkest Night,” is an evocative track that touches on the endurance of a powerful connection – an intense love that builds throughout intense musical moments and smooth, soulful vocals. For the accompanying music video, Owens and her team went to Vegas, shooting the desert and cityscapes in contrast with each other to capture the sonic dynamics visually.

Owens’ new album, Cannot Be Unheard, explores the many facets of how our perceived “truths” can deceive us and hold us back and how important it is to grow towards becoming the greatest version of ourselves, always staying connected to the people who bring out the best in us. To Owens, this collection of songs are a declaration of sorts that Cannot Be Unheard. Her desire is that listeners come away from these songs feeling free to be themselves in a fresh new way, shining their light a little more brightly for their world to see – and so the ripple effect continues on towards a better tomorrow for all.

auteurresearch.com/artists/ollee-owens/

Rahael – How Do You Love

“-Rahael- invites you to feel freedom of flight, because it is precisely such impressions that her new job leaves behind. Delicate vocals, like sweet syrup, pouring through your veins, and the melody of acoustic folk music takes you together with the fair wind, under the clouds!” (Automatically Translated with Google Translate)

“-Rahael- предлагает вам почувствовать свободу полёта, ведь именно такие впечатления оставляет после себя её новая работа. Нежный вокал словно сладкий сироп льётся по вашим венам, а мелодия акустической Folk музыки уносит вас вместе с попутным ветром ввысь, под облака!”

-Nagamag.com

linktr.ee/rahaelmusic

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