Softly As In A Morning Sunrise by Asen Mihaylov
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Softly As In A Morning Sunrise by Asen Mihaylov

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Song: Softly As In A Morning Sunrise by Asen Mihaylov ; Genre: Jazz; Duration: 3:35 What Drooble Team thinks about “Softly As In A Morning Sunrise”? The piece is astonishing, it catches the listener right from the start! With that elegant yet fastening intro, it is such a classy build-up! We love the great details in the rhythm section and the precision of everyone playing. We would love to see this performed live! The experiment with the dynamics is also…

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Flower In The Rain by Raf Jammaers

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Song: Flower In The Rain by Raf Jammaers; Genre: Alternative Rock; Duration: 4:49 What’s the story and working process behind the song? Raf: The song was written while on a road trip with my sister (she’s also the singer on this song) through Norway in the summer 2016…while driving for hours in total solitude through the fantastic nature, and overthinking life , relationships, relations between people, and how hard it is to say the right words at the right time,…

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Crisálida by Jordi Lozone

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Song: Crisálida by Jordi Lozone; Genre: Alternative Rock; Duration: 2:44 We really like the space station frequencies intro. When the song kicks in, you can feel the atmosphere immediately! The rhythm section is tight and groovy, the synths are somehow psychedelic and post-shoegaze. We also admire the vocals, they have depth and add something special to the instrumental! There’s a summer feel to the track, which would make it perfect for the soundtrack of a short movie. A video with…

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Wanna Get Better by Volcano Kid

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When it comes down to the details in Volcano Kid’s music, there are many of his works that one can only describe as cross-genre, perhaps even fusion. When listening to it, you’re not always sure it fits any specific musical zone. The spoken lines, a typical feature of his work, are sufficiently poetic and lyrical without having to be sung. This particular track sounds like an old analogue live recording where the idiosyncrasies of specific instruments can clearly be heard…