Debut EP DO / RE by Blair Coron

2017-06-08 06:10:56 UTC

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Blair Coron is a musician and composer residing in Glasgow, Scotland, blending the borders between contemporary classical music, ambience, flourishes of electronics, folk and poetry and with the aid of a string ensemble his primary intention is to create enchanting atmospheres that sets course for introspection.

When he is not performing with the band, he regularly collaborates and composes for those in the other arts with a keen interest in how the arts can be translated between one another. Currently he is  scoring the soundtrack to a play by Andrew Edwards (winner of the Roxy Theatre award), which will be performed throughout the whole of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Track List


  • Kandinsky - 04:41 
  • Arpeggios For Salvino - 06:40 
  • Haiku - 02:17 
  • Abstract #32 - 03:58 
  • Arabesque - 05:07


Genre : ambient, arabesque, contemporary, classical, experimental, modernclassical, piano, abstract, haiku, music, poetry

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FXS Collections Vol.4 by Foreversouth Music

2017-03-21 04:24:51 UTC

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A collective of artists from Karachi, Pakistan FXS is to home to Karachi's eclectic dance music scene. With fans all over the world, FXS shall make an impact worldwide.A collection of songs of varying genres made in the bustling metropolis, Karachi. Home to over 22 million people and one of the worlds most violent cities, FXS Collections Vol.4 highlights the juxtaposing electronic sounds of the worlds most interesting city.  Collections Vol. 4 includes the following collaborators Smax, Friedi, Dynoman, NAWKSH, Slowspin, TMPST, Tollcrane, Abdullah Siddiqui, Rudoh, Hatim, Eridu, Block-2, JOFU, Al ak

Track List

  • Smax - Frank (Ft
  • - 05:32 info 
  • TMPST - Atavist - 04:25 
  • BNK - Sonido - 04:14 
  • NAWKSH - Y we fall - 02:28 
  • Slowspin - Mercury - 05:12 
  • Al Ak - Close Enough - 04:04 
  • Tollcrane - Sybarite - 07:25 
  • Eridu - Transience - 04:15 
  • Block-2 - Bullet (Ft


Genre : electronic, dance, eclectic, electronica, experimental, music

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