All posts tagged: post classical

Rebekka Karijord Interview

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

ColoRising Exclusive Interview with Rebekka Karijord

The music of Rebekka Karijord is poetry, it’s passion…it’s art. It is the kind of art that is soul touching, often times helping to foster tear-led moments within the listener. Whilst those reoccurring periods have been a constant throughout her musical career, Karijord’s latest album ‘Mother Tongue’ reflects one of the most dynamic and powerful moments…the birth of life.

Stream Mikael Delta’s New Tune ‘The Strongest Light’

Mikael Delta’s imprint in the Greek electronica scene hails back to the early 90s with his former band Stereo Nova. Over the years the Athens-based producer has released atmospheric techno on down to ambient. Set to drop his forthcoming album Life Is Now on October 26 via Inner Ear and distributed by Rough Trade, Delta has shared his cinematic and picture-perfect new track ‘The Strongest Light’. Composed of epic strings and moody piano riffs over thumping 4×4 kicks, the melodic and powerful piece Read more […]

ColoRising Interview with Leo Abrahams

Leo Abrahams is the musician’s musician. The guitarist, pianist, producer, arranger and composer has not only worked with some of top tier acts in the music business, but has released cutting edge solo albums that are more like sonic paintings, creative and vivid.

Having played piano and guitar from the time of a youth, Abrahams was a member of various bands as a teenager, later attending London’s Royal Academy of Music. Initially concentrating on a career as a classical composer, he was presented with an opportunity to play with Imogen Heap, and from there it was off to the races.

ColoRising Mixes 14: LeVant

LeVant is the musical project of Bucharest-based producer, composer, sound-designer and scholar George D. Stanciulescu. A musical alchemist, Stanciulescu’s work defines the very meaning of foward-thinking, having built a body of music that emits sounds of post-classical, downtempo, jazz, pop, experimental electronica and even post-punk. Having released his debut album Beyond the Masque of Eden in 2011, as well as the Knock, Knock, Ginger LP in 2014, Stanciulescu’s music has been featured in various theatre performances and films. With contributions from various artists such as Cristina Padurariu, Mihnea Vilceanu, Anca Belciu of Dutevino and more, LeVant’s overall sound can be described as sheer artistry.

ColoRising Mixes 14: LeVant

Bucharest, Romania Bio: LeVant is the musical project of Bucharest-based producer, composer, sound-designer and scholar George D. Stanciulescu. A musical alchemist, Stanciulescu’s work defines the very meaning of foward-thinking, having built a body of music that emits sounds of post-classical, downtempo, jazz, pop, experimental electronica and even post-punk. Having released his debut album Beyond the Masque of Eden in 2011, as well as the Knock, Knock, Ginger LP in 2014, Stanciulescu’s music Read more […]

ColoRising Interview with Temple Invisible & How To Destroy Angels “How Long (Temple Invisible Remix)” Premiere

Over the past couple of years Bucharest, Romania has been a hotbed of cutting edge electronic acts. Temple Invisible are a part of the new wave of maverick artists who are blurring the lines of genre, mixing a stew of musical influences to create a particular sound of dark electronica. Consisting of Irina Bucescu, Costas Ivanov and Daniel Olteanu, their track “Disappearance” was an introduction of the trio to the world with the song hauntingly springing elements of trip-hop, industrial and goth. Their recently unveiled tracks “Collide” and “Sudden Acts” incorporated post-punk, as well as synth-wave, adding guitars amidst the dreamy vocals of Irina Bucescu to spawn a nocturnal, yet sensual feel.

Listen to Zola Jesus’ “Avalanche (Slow)”

Zola Jesus will release her album “Versions”, a collection of tracks that were rearranged by JG Thirlwell and played with a String Quartet, on August 20th. The two performed pieces together last year at The Guggenheim Museum in New York. “Avalance (Slow)” is one of the cuts taken from the forthcoming release. Moody and reaping with absolute beauty, the song is a perfect transition from Zola Jesus’ past recordings which already featured string overtones. Read more […]