This new set of three six-song E.P.’s Un Homme Orchestre (One Man Band) is THE JIMMY C’s most accomplished and accessible effort to date, yet it still maintains the quirkiness and humour that THE JIMMY C is known for. Continue reading
After being based in Melbourne and touring throughout the east coast of Australia, he USA, Europe, and Asia in his various bands for several years, Josh moved back to his home town of Fremantle in 2012. For the past 12 months, Josh has been busy in the studio writing and recording his debut album ‘Call in Whispers’ with Eskimo Joe’s Joel Quartermain. The now completed album was released in April 2016 and is by far Josh’s best work to date. Two singles from the album have just been released; ‘Rain Dancer’ and ‘Front Light’ both of which you will find online with a little help from Google… and if you don’t, then you will just have to go and see it performed live.
Alexi Musnitsky (20) is French and American, born in New Mexico and living most of his life in Paris, France. He has been playing piano since the age of 4, trained as a classical pianist in the Russian style by Marina Ravor and won a first prize at the Flame international piano competition. Playing for others started as a young child in Paris, Catalonia and Amsterdam.
His music has been called expressive, bringing out emotion and sensitivity. 4-time Grammy winner Eugene Friesen recorded with Alexi in his album “Zia” produced by Will Ackerman at Imaginary Roads.
The music of Zia will touch your soul and warm your heart. Let your ears listen and your spirit unfold, the music will lead the way. It most certainly worked that way for me while taking this in.
Keith “MuzikMan” Hannaleck – New Age Music Reviews
Eloquently restrained and never bombastic in its approach, Zia offers an impressive level of musical maturity and depth for this young talent. Demonstrating a piano playing style that is fluid and supple, Zia is not to be missed by those who particularly enjoy elegant piano music wrapped in wholesome beauty.
‘Skipping On Daisies’ is composed of piano solos that are happy, lyrical, magical, and dreaming, reminiscent of new age and neoclassical mysticism. Thirty years after his first release of ‘Shimmer Solo Piano’ in 1986, ‘Skipping On Daisies’ was performed on a 9′ Steinway Concert Grand and has a warm, spacious sound that soothes the soul and relaxes the mind.
Boscole is a versatile pianist and composer in the neoclassical, new age, jazz, folk, and contemporary instrumental genres. He explores creative relationships between nature, photography, and music through videos and multi-media concerts. Classically trained, Boscole has a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of Washington and a Master of Music in Studio Music and Jazz from the Univers ity of Miami, Florida. A Pacific Northwest native, he’s been sailing Hawaii over the past several years and now makes those islands his home.
Popular in radio, his last five solo piano releases have all charted in the top 10 at Zone Music Reporter: A New Age of Classical Piano, Floating on a Melody, Inner Voy ages, Presents of Angels, and O Christmas Tree.
Hailing from Adelaide, Julie-Anne Marshall is a late comer to the music world and has self-funded and independently released her debut album, ‘Bluebird’. Growing up Julie-Anne used poetry to express herself and deal with situations in her life, but it wasn’t until her 30’s that she decided to follow her passion for music. She performed with bands around Adelaide working on her performing and song writing skills making the piano her instrument. Her vocal style is earthy yet ethereal – to connect, uplift, heal, that’s the power and purpose of her songs.