ArtofEscapism on 09/24/2018 at 11:23AM
Whew! Music is hard work. :-) I could write a short story of all the ideas I have for this album. Between creating a working, innovative central theme, researching the technical requirements to make a constructed language work and my actual daytime work for a living, ah who am I kidding, I actually still have plenty of free time. Lol. I've not been procrastinating so much as I've been avoiding. Haha. All kidding aside, though, every day I'm consistently humming out new ideas or modifying sections of progressed tracks to further reinforce the album foundation before moving forward. Hoping for a tentative release date of November 1st so fingers crossed and fly high.
EncryptedScrolls on 06/16/2018 at 05:12AM
The 3rd album to Encrypted Scrolls is in production and the first track was released on freemusicarchive today. Now that the introduction has been done from the previous two albums, Tony is able to expand and experiment with alternative flows. His voice and production style is greatly increasing with every track and this album is gearing up to be a powerful addition to the Encrypted Scrolls line of music.
dhf510 on 06/03/2018 at 01:52PM
In attempt to connect deeply with nature my newly-released album, Revisionist History, is immersed in atmospheric field recordings and jazz-inspired drone. The album looks to delve into the embrace of a warm, youthful summer’s day and perhaps explore what mental state endured by such an environment. This album was made as a direct response to my previous album Manifest Destiny. It follows the lighter pathways opened in conclusion of its predecessor. Revisionist History was made carefully and purposefully. I got a lot out of making this thing and I hope you do as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy!
The_Piano_Lady on 12/02/2017 at 10:34PM
I’m so thrilled to release my second studio album ‘The Way to the Rainbow’ and happy to inform you that the album is available on:
♪ Amazon >>> http://a.co/6sX87Y8
The album has been recorded live at the incredible Vladimir Osinsky recording studio, Moscow.Nick Orsa is an amazing audio engineer and sound producer of this album.Special thanks to everyone who helped make this important step forward possible!Thank you for your listening and great support! ♥
BorrtexOfficial on 10/31/2017 at 11:41AM
Have you ever thought of what it must be like to have only 24 hours to compose and publish an entire album? My friend lately challenged me to go and explore myself by writing the whole album including at least 7 tracks within only one day. It sounded pretty crazy at the beginning!!! But then, when I thought of what it might actually mean to me and how I could practically test my skills and creativity, I decided to accept his challenge and get into it!
I started at 10PM on Saturday 28th of October and went straight through the night. I finished the writing process of all the tracks somewhere about 2PM the next day. I took a short sleep and then I had to edit the sound, mix it together and figure out artworks and upload it everywhere etc... The thing is, you can not think about anything too much complex or difficult during the only 24 hours time span, so my choice right away from the beginning was to go simple; with only one piano instrument and sometimes I added a little bit of orchestral background to it. The goal for me was simple: I wanted to make at least 7 tracks that would have a different melodies and be at least one minute long. And even though it was an incredibly mentally troublesome process, eventually I can say that I'm pretty satisfied with the result I accomplished. So, I would like to challenge you. Take a day off and just challenge yourself, challenge your skills, challenge your talent and try to make an album within only 24 hours! Because, what I believe is that every challenge makes you stronger. It moves you forward. It helps you to discover your imperfections and most importanly it helps you to see your standing and what are the things you should work on and get better in.
I decided to dedicate the album to my niece Emma, who was born just last week. It was an amazing time to see her for the very first time and realize that I'm an uncle from now on. But also I very much enjoyed writing the melodies for her (even when I had only 24 hours to do so!). I'm happy that my brother and his wife can play my melodies to her when she's sleeping. :)
Feel free to check out the album and use the tracks for any kind of non-commercial purpose! And keep in mind, that those melodies were written only in 24 hours!
Have a rocking week! :)