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New Age

Alex Nekrasov – Miss Grey: Sax-Led Ambient New Age Jazz Rock

Soundscapes don’t come much more amorously arrestive than Denver-based saxophonist and producer Alex Nekrasov’s latest instrumental single “Miss Grey”.

In the captivating layers of Miss Grey, you’ll find futuristic electronic Pop beats under the sensuously hypnotic alto sax and guitar solos which unravel with a fair serving of theatrically expressive magnetism.

Miss Grey may fall into the realm of Ambient New Age Jazz Rock, but once you’ve hit play on Alex Nekrasov’s latest release, you can expect the entirety of your consciousness to be consumed by this euphorically elevating single.

You can check out the official music video to Miss Grey which premiered on March 20th via YouTube.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

BLEAM releases electronic single ‘New Age’

BLEAM has just dropped a crazy manic single ‘’New Age’’. The American electronic music producer BLEAM is also known as Ryan Eshaghi.

Making his name known around the US, BLEAM is known for his creativity when it comes to creating heart-racing electronic music and he certainly does just that. Throughout your taken by surprise with just how much is going on, it can become fairly manic at times, but it definitely shows how good of a producer he is.

Even though it’s considered to be a short track, it does not lack creativity in any way. With it’s unique melodies, blaring drums and of course that breakdown that creeps up on you and all of a sudden leads into this mental breakdown.

Electronic music sometimes can be a hit or miss and to see more and more producers entering the scene it gives it this whole new meaning and new blood to add to the ever-growing genre. BLEAM is one of those that the youth of today will have blaring out of their bedroom speakers.

Check out Bleam’s new single New Age by heading over to Spotify.

Review by Karley Myall

Zack Kirkorian – Get Along; lofi new-age blues

The things that a man using his guitars, his synthesizers & his impeccable sense of humor can do. Well done Mr. Zack Kirkorian, hats off to you sir.

The song is called ‘Get Along’ and the artist entices us all to do so in the chorus. The music itself although not of a maximalist approach, presents so much interest. I wasn’t particularly crazy about the vocals but oh boy, music-wise this song has everything: a bass line that makes your feet move, a catchy whistling phrase & a harmonica solo! I’ve always been fond of people that wear many hats, musicians in particular. And this one is a bright case.

This song is from his album called ‘Exercises in Stupidity’ and the listener must not sleep on its humorously odd cover art; spending a few seconds just gazing at it I think gives an idea what this artist is about.

If you remotely enjoy bits of John Frusciante’s catalog hop on Spotify and give a listen to ‘Get Along’.

Review by Nektarios Oikonomakis

BisonBison Release Their Latest Ambiently Rhythmic Electronica Single “Expanded”


Ahead of the release of their debut album “Hover”, up and coming Electronica artist BisonBison have dropped the perfect teaser with their ethereally ambient single “Expanded” which was released on October 24th.

Expanded finds an enthralling balance between New Age rhythms and contemporary Electronica production which allows the single to unfold as accessibly familiar whilst immersing you in a pioneeringly captivating mix.

With a prelude which shares reminiscence with Ramin Djawadi’s more melodious scores leading into organically contorted meandering Eastern rhythms, the fluidity of the soundscape in Expanded is enough to allow you to feel as though you’ve been separated from your bones.

The vocals also play a heavy hand in transforming Expanded from a cathartically arrestive single into one which will stay with you for long after it has faded out.

You can check out BisonBison’s latest single Expanded for yourselves by heading over to SoundCloud now.

Keep up to date with the Toronto-based artist’s latest releases via Facebook.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Maddisun – Wild Roses: New Age Folk Pop

Up and coming Alt Pop artist Maddisun has blended New Age vibes with contemporary Folk Pop in her charismatic and uniquely expressive latest single “Wild Roses”.

The organic woody textures of the percussion seamlessly blend in with the keys to create an eccentric arrangement which effortlessly exudes vibrancy and creates the perfect platform for Maddisun’s soft Pop vocals.

Maddisun may hail from a small rural Canadian town, but her soundscapes definitely don’t resonate with a small-town mentality. The ethereal quality to Wild Roses is a reflection of the singer-songwriter’s dynamic talent, and it’s only a matter of time before the industry adopts her as a talent worth investing in. She perfectly bridges the gap between the loftiness of archetypal New Age tracks, and the brashy sterility of contemporary Pop.

You can check out Maddisun’s latest single Wild Roses for yourselves by heading over to Spotify now.

Review by Amelia Vandergast