Daniel Robert Lahey makes his debut on CerebralAudio with Uncultivated Upland. Daniel started fiddling with the keys of a piano as soon as he could reach them and whenever he could get away with it. He took guitar lessons at 10 and got very serious about it by the age of 15. (Of course, he figured it would help him pick up girls.) He devoted 12 years to the classical guitar repertoire before he’d had enough of so much work for no pay.
Toward the end of his time as a guitarist, he started playing around with Synthesizers. He has been playing keyboards for over 50 years at this point. He grew up with a love for classical music, and has studied many of the great composition masters through the years. This knowledge of classical music is what informs his current works.
On Uncultivated Upland Daniel presents six new works that reflect his perspective on life today. Some of these compositions are a reflection of life in our world today, sometimes from
a slightly off-center perspective (like on “The Zookeeper Escapes” or “Baked”), while other times appealing on a purely emotional basis (like “Uncultivated Upland” or “Tears”).
Give these compositions a close listening. There is a lot to experience and a lot to savor in these well crafted, exquisitely produced recordings.
The Master Thief Who Stole Your Lucid Dreams (A Retrospective Anthology Of My Early Sample-Based Creative Work)
This is an extensive anthology album that sums up a creative period of some 10 years – circa 1996-2006.
I humbly feel that for you who are familiar with my contemporary body of work – and for those who hear my creative adventures for the first time – this is a worthy and even essential addition to my ever-growing lifelong catalog. It is a mirror back in time…
* Please pay attention to the bonus art book – an early collaboration between myself and designer abb-d. He did 4 original and wholly unique designs based on my poetry – the conceptual umbrella being the concept of SCREAMING SILENCE.
Welcome to our internal archive of sounds, the music painted inside ourselves.
In this compilation: Zoran, In Vitro, Marco Lucchi and Glenn Sogge, Elypixa, Esoteric Sob, Capisconne, Ray Garrido, Ohuican, Eckul, Vate, Substak, Solef, Twin Peetz and Moolsaasa, Lezet, Jimmy Watt, Nulix, Lingua Lustra, Ivan Black, AxBx.
The skillful composer Marco Lucchi reafirm his talent once again with this lovely music album presented to us under the name Se da lontano. His particular atmospheric sound have the right balance between the classic and vanguard worlds.
Music by Marco Lucchi except for “Psiche Abbandonata”, music by Matteo Marchisano-Adamo and Paulo Chagas, recomposed by Marco Lucchi.
Marco Lucchi – piano, mellotron, synth and tools with Paulo Chagas – oboe and Matteo Marchisano-Adamo – piano, in “Psiche Abbandonata”.
Moving from place to place without a fixed plan; roaming.
An aimless roving about; leisurely traveling from place to place.
Disordered thoughts or utterances; incoherencies.
A series of dreamscapes, tone poems, imagined film scores or soundtracks to day dreams.
On “Whispering” netlabel released album “A Brief History Of Life” by composer Maxim Kornyshev. In the album is six light and emotional tracks in the New Age style.
photo – Anthony Topolov (vk.com/topolov)
design – #koshaka (vk.com/id6561440)
01-Пока Варится Сталь…(Intro)
02-Чёрное Небо Над Нами
04-Уходящий в Ночь
05-Женщина Плачет, Женщина Смеётся
08-Дорога На Север
10-Происшествие На Невском
12-Любовь С Одного Удара
Music speaks for itself, but, at the same time, music talks about all life and experiences of their creators, the musicians, in this way, music is the expression of a whole new universe, their synthesized cosmovision. You are invited to immerse in the ocean of each human and real artist of this compilation and preserve the enjoy of listening.
La musique parle d’elle-même mais au même moment, la musique évoque la vie et les expériences de ses créateurs, ses musiciens. Dans cette perspective, la musique est l’expression d’un tout nouvel univers et d’une synthèse cosmique. Vous êtes invités à vous immerger dans cet océan où chaque humain est un artiste de cette compilation et poursuit le plaisir de l’écoute.
With themes of aAirial, Alacrán, Andrea Porcu, Audio Cephlon, AxBx, Capisconne, David Garner feat. Monolink Project, Eckul, Elypixa, In Vitro, Ivan Black, K.smith & Dio2xide, Lingua Lustra, Logical Disorder, Marasma Zibra, Marco Lucchi, Mendiak, Nick R 61, Nulix, Ohuican, Ray Garrido, Solef, Substak, Transmission 13, Triangular, Vate, Vela, Wenceslada.
An album of soundscapes influenced by the way our political world is now showing the holes we all knew there before. Politicians being corrupt, not looking after or supporting their people but just out for their own gain.
The chaos and control, humans and machines, nature and civilization, immigrant and borderlines, freedom and domestication, privacy and geolocalization, music and sonic weapons. With music by Elypixa, Lezet, In Vitro, Ivan Black, Lingua Lustra, Triangular, Esoteric Sob, DDO feat. Eddine Saïd, Nulix, DjrefugeeSW, K.smith and TSS Tortue Super Sonic.
Bozal is a possible extinct Spanish-based creole language that may have been a mixture of Spanish and Congolese, with Portuguese influences. Attestation is insufficient to indicate whether Bozal Spanish was ever a single, coherent or stable language, or if the term merely referred to any idiolect of Spanish that included African elements.
Bozal Spanish was spoken by African slaves in Puerto Rico and Cuba and other areas of South and Central America from the 1600s up until its possible extinction at around 1850. Although Bozal Spanish is extinct as a language, its influence still exists. For instance, many Kongo words are found in the lexicon of the Puerto Rican dialect of Spanish. [wikipedia]
The remix is manifestation of love, complicity and common madness. Adaptation, revisitation, artistry. A unlimited connection. Original piece by gip released on Conspiratio compilation, now remixed by Flavio G. Rivero, Vela, Vate, Zoran and In Vitro.
This year La bèl will turn 5 years old and we wanted to celebrate its birthday by publishing a La bèl compilation with all the artists that collaborated with us during these years. The idea is to ask each one of their for a “pop” track, leaving complete freedom to their personal interpretation of this word. We think this would be a nice idea, since hardly any of their works within the ‘pop’ scene. “La bèl pop” (fifth anniversary compilation) is the final outcome of this experiment. This compilation is published to coincide with the first Netlabel Day.