LA-based German composer, orchestrator and songwriter Thomas Eggensberger has composed for film, television, concert music and collaborative art; his accolades are endless and his latest score, ‘Forgotten Universe’, is sure to earn him plenty more.
Forgotten Universe exhibits all of the hallmarks of talent that you would expect from an artist that has toured globally and worked with high-profile names, including Wayne Sharp, Tom Howe and plenty more. But the emotion that bleeds from the wavering orchestral strings in the cinematically profound instrumental score is anything but predictable. The composer made light work of ensuring that by the time you reach the end of this bitter-sweet serenade, your rhythmic pulses will feel at a loss with the silence that follows.
Forgotten Universe is now available to stream via YouTube.
Movie Club is a minimalist instrumental duo out of Venice Beach, California that was started in 2018. They believe in the power of a strong and simple union between two instruments to cut through the over-saturated, overproduced music of today. They fire in with their new single called ‘Driftwood‘.
Movie Club is Jessamyn Violet on drums and Vince Cuneo on guitar. These two clearly have a strong bond and the music is so awesome as the groovy beat keeps you jumping for joy. They sound tight together and this is that indie-rock music I could listen to all day.
‘Driftwood‘ is all about showing love and support for the local music venues in LA that have either had to close down or are gathering dust inside. Due to the shocking pandemic and bad leadership, these iconic venues might see an untimely death which is so sad to see. Generations will miss out on these venues and something music be done about it now before it is too late. Movie Club are a great band and I hope that their message is spread far and wide. Live, local and indie music is the heart and soul of the community and must be saved.
Sara Phillips sings with such poise with the breakup-influenced ‘Better When It Ends‘.
Montréal born, LA-based singer-songwriter Sara Phillips drifts in with her stunning style that strides in our ears with such elegance. She is going through a breakup and still keeps her head up high, knowing that this is what needed to happen in order to move on to better things.
Sometimes you are with someone that you love but things just don’t work out in the end. You miss the smell of their scent, their clothes are still in your cupboard and feelings are there, maybe forever. However, things have ended and now you need to move on to heal. This has to happen otherwise you will be unhappy inside.
‘Better When It Ends‘ from Los Angeles singer-songwriter Sara Phillips is a beautiful song, one that was created masterfully from the young artist. Her voice is so raspy, clear and soft, yet firm. She gets her message out in a way that makes you listen, you want to support her and you feel sad that she is going through this tough time. You can tell that this is a young lady that cares and feels deeply, the way it should be, in this often cold world.
Los Angeles, United States is the home of singer Matt Geronimo as he turns the gears up to the maximum on his new song called ‘Future’.
This is all about thinking that the person you are with is the real deal. They want to be with you too and the feelings match like a beautiful sunset and spending it alone together. You are giving this one last chance as things haven’t worked out before but perhaps this is the chance you have been waiting for. You have zero doubts now and just want to be with the special soul forever so you can both be happy.
LA singer Matt Geronimo is thinking about the long-term here on his new song called ‘Future’. With an electronic sound that buzzes alive with gripping vocals, this is an indie ride full of good intentions. The US singer is slowly emerging from the pack as a standout performer that we all need to take notice of.
Los Angeles artist Caverns is here with her new song called ‘Moonlight‘.
This song is a collab with her boyfriend that was made during quarantine. It was inspired by some daydreams of dancing in the forest with our friends. It’s a very unique, uplifting dance track that the world needs right now and I love the vibe here.
With the drums, sounds of crickets and wolves in the background, I have a really good feeling about this song. The style is so mellow and is of trying to find peace during this crazy time in the world. I feel at ease here, my stresses are very mild as I use this song during mediation. Everything seems so calm now.
‘Moonlight‘ from LA artist Caverns and her boyfriend is an uplifting experience and I love this indie-dance song that puts a smile on all of our faces. Just the way it was intended.