A trip to other worlds with Mike Milan Dedic

According to Mike Milan Dedic "The guitar instrumental rock genre is very small at best, and is very difficult to garner attention to." Yes that's perhaps true but man, listen to this guy play. Listen to the three YouTube clips I added below and tell me if this doesn't sound BIG to you! I remember …

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Something Strange, Something Beautiful: Shades of Living by Dee McIlroy

  Singer-songwriter and guitar builder Dermot "Dee" McIlroy has created an ambient album that's both relaxing and strange. I say strange because if you've watched many Chris Carter TV series like the X-Files and Millenium-and even Nic Pizzolatto's True Detective, Shades of Living evokes those moods. It opens with a suspenseful Where it Takes You. And …

Duende by Calonego

In October he'll be perforing live, his new (2) CD (Acoustic Guitar ) . He won the 2015 Atkins Dadì Guitar Players Association (ADGPA) Award in his country, Italy. Beautiful music. It is hard to find something like that in mainstream. But if you are persistent then you might stumbled upon instrumentalists like Calonego. Artists who make you feel and …

Jork – Andy’s Song

According to Jork, Andy's Song was written a long time ago but was never published. He added that it is a very special tune with special meaning. I did not ask further as I plan that for future post. I think it fits the mood to the day:stormy, uncertain and reflective. I love his compositional …

“Numbers & Shapes: Revisited by Rebecca Brandt”Featuring14 remixes

Numbers & Shapes: Revisited is a dance-floor driven remix album based on Brooklyn based composer, Rebecca Brandt's debut album Numbers & Shapes. rebeccabrandt.bandcamp.com When an album reaches cult status I always notice a certain kind of tribute given to it. This happened to Sarah McLachlan which resulted to Remixed in 2001. To have a remixed …