Islands is an essential collection of sun soaked music by Tigerforest, aka german music producer Gunnar Spardel. Brandnew summer inspired songs and also some reworks of well known tracks will take you on an audio visual journey. Guest musicians include Piano Virtuoso Doug Hammer and Ambient Musician David Helpling, as well as the always... read all
"Jambonana" is an album by Konstantin Jambazov recorded in 2010. It combines the styles of Gypsy jazz (Django Reinhardt), French and Argentinean music (Astor Piazzolla, Richard Galliano) and also have influences by Al Di Meola, John McLaughlin. The tracks vary from flamenco, tango, bossa nova, samba, swing, polka and waltz. ... read all
Metal never sounded so malleable, jazz never kicked so hard, rock was never so fragile ...
LaughingSkull negotiates labyrinths of his soul with melodic and emotional storytelling, exploring darkness and despair, madness and fear, hope and deliverance, through his unique fusion of instrumental goth/doom metal and progressive rock, with... read all
'Legacy of Life" is Painted Water's third released album through AMAdea Music. It is inspired by the amazing diversity of life and the planet that it inhabits. All music was created is a small home studio. read all
Legends of the Po is a very compelling, personal song written by Scott Martinez in 2009 for ASA's "Moloko & Ultraviolence" released the same year. It was redone in late 2011 with ASA's newest lineup, as it has evolved into a rocking, powerful number, and it's message even more compelling. read all
Gee Tee Age, a.k.a. Kaloian Roussev, was born in 1988 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Soon after hearing electronic dance music on the radio, at the age of 14 he started producing his own tracks on the PC at home. Going through trance, house, ambient, pop and RnB instrumentals, after six years of work his official style now is just Dance music -... read all
Made by Friends is the debut album of Ajabez, Bulgaria's best young rock band (Bulgarian National TV, 2007). Modern rock, without a doubt! - this is the answer you get when you ask the guys from Ajabez about their first album. Truth is, however, that no matter how confident they sound, their music hardly fits any narrow style definition.... read all