This is wonderful music. Intensely involving piano.
This is an old, 2004 album. The version I am listening to, has a different cover and slightly different content from what is at Spotify where, for example, track #8 is ~30 seconds longer.
This is “ambient” music, mostly instrumental, with exotic arrangements.
Here is its Spotify playlist:
Wonderful, wonderful music. The trumpet feels deeper and warmer than usual; it sometimes blends, other times contrasts with the overall stage, building immersive and non-repetitive compositions, which may be classical in structure, but are original in experience.
Uau! Listening to Sean Taylor – “The Path into Blue”. The first track, titled “This is England”, manages to sing about Spotify, “Brexit” and algorithms in a sensible way! Amazing. Rich lyrics, sometimes even poetic. I am enjoying it via a 1024 kbps stream and, as I write, a guitar screams in superb definition, on track 3, titled “Grenfell”.
You cannot get 1024 kbps via Spotify, but this is the only way I know to share it:
The perfect summer night listening for the one who is writing.
This is a diverse album, ranging from landscapist relaxing audio environments, to chorus moments, to a conventional closing with “Ella No Lleva Gafas”. It was a good 44 minutes long session, but my perception could not perfectly fit the closing with the other tracks.
Just beautiful. Rich, profound instrumentals, no voices. Superb music.
This is electronic music with lyrics performed by a female vocalist (Valerie Trebeljahr). It feels relaxing and different, with rhythms set by regular, but different, synthetized bass instruments. The voice mixing is effective and monotonic, never deviating to the higher pitches some artists dare into. It works.
Here is the corresponding Spotify playlist:
Mostly electronic music, exactly how I like it: it is “electronic” in the sense of heavily created with computer-assisted techniques, but it features vocals (chorus), acoustic instruments (synthetized, I suppose), non-recurring events for a more credible “atmosphere” or “landscaping” of the audio stage, exotic audio patterns that don’t remember me of anyone else – an indicator of originality.
The overall creation denotes rich creativity. It works; it is effective in bringing the listener to a different dimension. Very well done.
Similar to Ascendant. This is calm electronic music, painting audio landscapes for the listener to slowly absorb. The proximity to Ascendant’s last album is more than genre-based: to my preferences, both creators could benefit from a better use of punctual silences and other simple elements, for a less monotonic results. For example, the artist “Ultramarine” achieves this with non-recurrent audio events featuring samples from the everyday world, namely water flowing, a cork popping out of the bottle, etc.