When would happen if you took classical music and mixed it with something as niche darkwave? The answer could be in Michaela Polakova and Natalie Kocab’s latest collaboration. Both hailing from the Czech Republic; Singer & lyricist Natalie Kocab and composer Michaela Polakova join forces in a testament to experimentation, which also features a helping… Read More The gateway to isolation; Michaela Polakova and Natalie Kocab’s brooding collaboration.
From the U.K to Japan; harpist and vocalist Julia Mascetti has given a hint of what’s to be expected from her upcoming E.P. In Distance, Everything Is Poetry. The track ‘In Bloom’ gives us a taste of what’s in store in Julia’s upcoming E.P. in the form of a dark, fantastical soundscape. ‘In Bloom’ presents us… Read More The sakura are ‘In Bloom’ with Julia Mascetti’s new E.P.
Roger Rudenstein is not what many people would expect from a classical composer and musician. Not for him the polite, white-gloved bowing and strict adherance to convention, nor even the generic inspirations of stately events and environment. Instead, for the last few years, he has been systematically documenting his views on the political climate in… Read More Introducing Classical Music’s Enfant Terrible, Roger Rudenstein
Fusing his favourite genres of classic operatic styles and rock, Georg Roman has unleashed his powerful track ‘Forever’ on the world. Although the Russian singer-songwriter did always intend to be a musician, formerly pursuing a career in sport, he has certainly found his calling in music, forming his own unique blend of classical-rock. Classical instrumentation,… Read More Crossover artist Georg Roman releases ‘Forever’
Versatile Irish songwriter looks to build on a growing reputation with brand new release Influenced by a list of genres and artists taking in classical, metal, funk, jazz and more, Fjokra is an artist who is nigh on impossible to pigeonhole. Born in Dublin and now living in London, he is a multi-instrumentalist whose music… Read More Highly anticipated Fjokra EP ‘Thoughtsteps’ arrives June 9th
Richard Rhys O’Brien’s debut album is now made available online for all music lovers worldwide. “I Know A Little Place” is an album full of inspirational songs, fun lyrics and great musical arrangement that audiences around the world would surely love to include in their playlist. Listen to the album here: http://richardrhysobrien.com/albums/iknowalittleplace/ Richard Rhys O’Brien… Read More Richard Rhys O’Brien’s Debut Album Made Available Online for All Music Lovers Worldwide
It’s not often that a new album comes along that seamlessly blends heavy rock, classical music, Kate Bush style vocals and a singer-songwriter mentality. With debut album ‘A History of Things to Come’, Australian songwriter and pianist Amanda Bloom does just that. Recorded during sessions in Jordan and Sydney, Australia, with a back story almost… Read More Amanda Bloom lays out ‘The History of Things to Come’