Beautiful Little Songs for Piano by Alex Tiuniaev

2017-01-26 04:18:20 UTC

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Alex Tiuniaev composes little pieces for piano which are highly emotional and melodic. What makes him stand apart from similar piano composers is his ability to craft beautiful and memorable little melodies for piano, which is not very typical for modern minimalist music that can be rather repetitive.

Track List


Why Go to Paris? (for Solo Piano) - 03:28 info
Raindrops (for Solo Piano) - 02:06 info
Memories of Berlin (for Solo Piano) - 02:46
Sleepwalker (for Solo Piano) - 03:15 info


Genre : ambient, electronic, electronica, electropop, instrumental, techno, trance, uptempo

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New EP - Death of a Giant by Sea Yarns

2017-01-16 04:37:02 UTC

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Sea Yarns is a written, recorded, and performed by Tavis MacLeod.  

Sea Yarns - Death of a Giant EP is a modern take on instrumental surf music for places that are not necessarily sunny or sandy.  As a fan on old surf music from the early 60's, I wanted to make surf music that is more relevant by todays standards that represent the cold, seasonal, moody, rocky shoreline that I know and grew up next to, rather than the sunny and sandy all the time beaches and surf culture of southern California in the 60's, which I know nothing about.  


Genre : electronic, experimental, rock, drone, instrumental, post-punk, post-rock, punk

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New album - There Is No Stillness by Glories

2017-01-16 04:06:36 UTC

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Glories is an instrumental post-rock band based in Birmingham, AL. They have independently released two full-length albums. Their latest album " There Is No Stillness" is out now for pre-ordering. 

Track List


  • Bravo Sierra - 08:32 
  • Telescopes 
  • A Hint of the Sea 
  • Dead Wait 
  • As Walls Keep Shifting


Genre : #postrock, alternative, rock, ambient, atmospheric, instrumental, postrock

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New album - One Might Wonder by King Sigh

2016-12-28 06:11:10 UTC

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The music, recordings and artwork are by Peter Laermans & Zowie Vangeel, 2 guys from Scherpenheuvel, Belgium. King Sigh is very 'do it yourself'. The album is completely instrumental, without giving in on the melodic-euphoric character of the songs. Unlike many instrumental music 'One Might Wonder' often has a spicy variation and compact dynamics. . In the past King Sigh won Puredemo on PureFM radio and was Cutting Edge Talent of the Week in Belgium.

Track List


  • Fibres - 02:55 info 
  • Gloria - 04:36 info 
  • Her Majesty - 03:22 info 
  • Mount Lupin - 03:57 info 
  • Under the Radar - 03:36 info 
  • Ruiner - 03:37 info 
  • Nord Raft - 03:48 info 
  • Vitamyn - 03:56 info 
  • Komorebi - 03:25 info 
  • Vulture Buffet - 03:21 info 
  • Kraken - 05:34 info


Genre : rock, film, instrumental, pop, post-rock

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New video - Le début n'est jamais trop sombre by Hors Sujet

2016-12-28 05:47:03 UTC

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Track List

  • Derrière eux la brume - 08:33 
  • We are Liars - 04:17 
  • Le début n'est jamais trop sombre - 10:38 
  • Déclin - 04:23 
  • Stettin - 06:11


Genre : alternative, ambient, experimental, instrumental, post-rock, indie

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