Ganga pessimism and Best Chill Out Music Selections
Thus, within a few months I will have a new album ready Ganga.
From now on, your right or not its not going to be a real album or the younger brother called PE. It all depends on how I will fit in recent issues together. Still there are very few vacancies be filled – or left out.
But one thing is certain. Its going to be a little less electronic and a little more vocal "More light, please." This album more electronic Ganga album, and was a response to two previous albums lower and longer sound. Their second album "Do not wake me," took a more electronic direction the debut album "I dream of trees" launched music for dreams in 2005.
This is a normal direction I think, to go the other from time to time. Unless you are thinking only remain in place and maintain the same audience. This is important, of course – to keep people interested, but should never be the main concern for the artist. This form, content would be lost all connections with the source material. The real stuff will start in the sense of becoming less and, finally, about the time people will realize this and begin to lose interest. Like the artist should do if her record company asked him to go in a direction that did not like.
An obvious advantage of being his own record label boss. The disadvantage is that the filter is gone, and you need to get to their colleagues or friends artists or to obtain feedback that used to go from the label. Anyway, to make a long story short, the new album "Gaia" is a greater experience noise than any previous versions of the Ganges.
There are several tracks where I provide the vocals on "Ganga old style." Meaning a little voice here and there as an extra seasoning. A band with one of the corners a bit more than less. Almost a real song and also a real music … So imagine that native San Francisco J Scheherazade Stone offers a beautiful voice of "This Time" and new Norwegian Django Django has contributed to the vocal line in a band too.
Also, the time former employee Helle Chirholm joins a track inspired by Arabic and Dakinah Gbatokai (fretless bass) are also present on some tracks.
In total, more slowly, more experience more ethnic and vocal than in previous versions. Released June 1 is on all major download stores.
"Relight Dubby "Dubphonic new sounds.
A gentle murmur, but much, taking the album, an elegant blend with the flavors of Jamaica, haunting compositions, fluidity and quality of the clear light of sound, his shamanism ambiant electro-dub disappears and turns into a facility "magic sound
In Le Monde, 20 minutes from keyboards Telerama Magazine, comments Dubphonic "Smoke Signals" were (2003) more positive. French trio's first album after a cult to 12 "for the Chicago based Guidance Recordings, called Smoke Signals, was entirely instrumental. It soon became a music favorite tracks and monitors were being picked up by shows like "Six Feet Under" and "Dexter." After touring Japan with the audio band asset and a handful of shows, and while his remix of "Tosca Orozco" was being spun around the world, the band returned to the studio in 2004.
If found inspiration appointment, Stefan Goldman (guitar / electronics), also known as Alexis Mauri Alexkid (programming and production) and Sylvain Mosca (programming and e) were not entirely satisfied with the results and agreed that the time would not be a problem. They wanted the best for their second album. Four years late-and-out later study, eleven new songs were completed and finalized by Relight fresh new album.
During the creative process deliberatly slow four of these new pieces have evolved naturally in songs with a guest vocal performances by Cuban-Americans Liset Alea (previously heard on second and third Alexkid album), Euro-American Daniella D'Ambrosio (Nouvelle Vague, Aswefall), the Brazilian CEU (Varago whose new album is about to be released in Europe) and Bad English (co-founder of Terran and several other projects).
Members of the band plays and most of the instruments and writes most of the repertoire. For a moment, called brilliant musicians such as Jean-Philippe Rykiel and Rodriguez Jr. on electric piano, Jérémie Poirier-kumquat on flute and percussion Prince Zober. Its different palette entries and several guest singers / writers, enriching the original soundtracks while maintaining the essence of his music for cinema, clearer than ever on tracks like "Nora Sun", "Last Resort Hotel" or the magnificent closing number "Outland." Lala 2.0 – Pit Baumgartner dephazz and makes noise again.
Pit Baumgartner This album is inspired by many places it is difficult to know where to start. Pit Baumgartner created a new collection of songs I'm very vocal Linspire many interesting shows and a bite of soul is full of ruts. Very jazz things – very American, actually.
very funky grooves of old school in many of these issues. See for yourself in this player.
And read what he writes about the release label.
"LaLa 2.0" is the eighth album De Phazz to date, and presents a host of international singers under the constant expansion of the universe Music one of the best salon equipment for sale out there. Of course, there Pat Appleton (GER) and Karl Frierson (USA), along with Barbara Lahr (GER), Marnie Mans (CAN), Angel Jones (USA), Sandie Wollasch (GER) and Charity Sanders (USA) – all contribute to a rare form of data carrier out of the ordinary …
"It's just one file, which is what it is." Is it?
Now that is really an ironic statement about you a song like a cold, no filename: mp3 data, what it is. Instead of (or even highlighted by) juggling of words with the soul … lines of contemporary thought in a way. I Here is another excerpt (for the stubborn):
"I know you from Baywatch, do not explain that bitch."
What? which are puzzle from the lyric "deep" and "insolent" and back. No regret ("Duck & Cover"), as well as many wrinkles caused by laughter ("Slums of Monte Carlo"). Social Statements (Fear is my business "), followed by vibrations of conciliation (" Where started). All framed by the original sound, electro-organic landscapes created by DE Phazz honcho Baumgartner.
"Jazz is moving?" It is not lie!
"Lala 2.0" is made of the roots, wrapped in the scanner. Computer and lowlands. is "Alma" in pieces and re- to unite in a different way … Digitalism contemporary and organic. Word Up! And so, nothing stays the same. De-Phazz "Play music" … Version 2.0 of the song. Everything is here uppercut, then go and get the update Lala while supplies last.
Here are some news about a producer very young man who came out of nowhere earlier this year. Emancipation of its name – or his artist Bame, played his first live show in July 2009, opening for Bonobo in Roseland Theater in New York.
Since then, he toured with Bass Nectar, STS9, beautiful lights, and played in Trinumeral and festivals such as Symbian, and Sound Tribe Sector 9 closed party night in Denver, at the request of the band.
Emancipatory self-released their first album will soon be cool enough the age of 19 years in 2006. Beautiful melodies over layers, producing beats captivated fans across the Internet and throughout the world.
"Soon be cool enough "was collected by Nujabes Japanese manufacturer, pressed in Japan and sold 5,000 copies in the first six months. Emancipator could sponsored by Puma, gave an interview to Rolling Stone Japan has discovered one of his songs was played at the Olympic Games in Beijing (which is still trying to find 50 better classified as "Hype Machine best songs of 2007." She also appeared on The Hype Machine # 2 as the most popular song in April 2009.
His latest album "Safe in the cliffs and the" new blends organic instruments and samples with signature style of production Emancipation melodies clean, smooth, silky and addictive drums. dense layers of vocals, trumpets, American folk instruments such as banjo and mandolin, violin and some other Asian influences make a fun album, but okay. Built in the audience can enjoy the complicated issues at many levels as desired. Dance to it, chill out for it, plunge your mind to it. To learn more about us, visit: www.ganga.dk
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Matt Turner is director of Kurb Promotions (www.kurb.co.nz), a New Zealand based company offering comprehensive and affordable Music Marketing and Music Management services to entertainers and small businesses around the world offering internet marketing packages, video marketing.