FLOW – With their debut self titled album FLOW

"FLOW – With their debut self titled album FLOW"


Forty years after Windham Hill became a catalyst for the global musical phenomenon, its bountiful legacy of best-selling solo works (George Winston, Liz Story, Alex DeGrassi, Michael Hedges) and Grammy-winning ensembles (Shadowfax) – extends into a truly new age with FLOW – a new four-piece ensemble comprised of Windham Hill founder and New Age Grammy-winning guitarist Will Ackerman, and three of today’s most acclaimed independent award-winning artists, Australian pianist Fiona Joy Hawkins , acoustic guitarist Lawrence Blatt and flugelhorn master Jeff Oster.

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Breakthrough Danish Artist – Copenhagen’s Vera

"Breakthrough Danish Artist – Copenhagen’s Vera"

Vera is the moniker of Copenhagens William Asingh, one of Scandinavias most in-demand

and relevant young producers. As an integral figure to a slew of breaking acts out of

Denmark, including Off Bloom and Liss, Vera also worked closely with Danish superstar

MØ on her recent EP, producing three of its six tracks.

The Good Job No Conversation EP focuses Vera solely on his own sultry output, and in

Nobody Else, he delivers another scintillatingly assured and blissed-out track for all hours.

Vera on Nobody Else:

“Lyrically, Nobody Else is a tribute to the Caribbean novel Wide Sargasso Sea by the Creole writer, Jean Rhys. The novel is a response to Brontës Jane Eyre, in which the landowner keeps his Jamaican wife locked up in the attic, allegedly because she is mad. Wide Sargasso Sea tells the story of the mad woman of the attic and with this cool tone of tristesse, the book describes the wickedness, the Jamaican landscape and the eternal drinking of rum.’

“The smoothest thing you’ll hear today…The sound of sipping rosé in Copenhagen” – THE FADER

“What Sade would sound like if she were a millennial from Copenhagen” – THE TIMES

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Carol Albert – Fly Away Butterfly

"Carol Albert – Fly Away Butterfly"

Every so often, an artist comes along that makes you reimagine the possibilities of music. With Fly Away Butterfly, Carol Albert delivers a seminal and sizzling contribution to the artistic sphere, blending lively melodies with thoughtful and refined arrangements. But this album is also one of healing, as Carol lost her husband in 2014, and she turned back to composing musicafter some years away from her recording career. Throughout the opus, we hear, quite beautifully, about Carol’s stages of recovery and healing. And by so doing, she has given us something for each one of us to hold onto.

The title track “Fly Away Butterfly” evokes an ambient groove enlivened by joyful, even mirthful utes, the soundtrack to a butter fly flying away, from this place to that. Indeed, the track is symbolic, as Carol’s voice is intimate and distant, the delicate balance of love and loss that we all must face during life. “Awakening” flows and builds with an ostinato groove, lilting notes, and well-placed piano touches. The song is wrought with anticipation and playful exchanges that resolve to the tonic chord, a brilliant display of compositional prowess and acumen. “On My Way” is even more explicit, an anthem for our times. It’s a song of new beginnings. Her lyrics “on my way to a better day – I’ll spread my wings and y away…” connote not just escapism but realism. “Across the Sky” begins with a Coltrane-like incandescent solo with dreamy, even distant vocals.

All in All a superb album you’ll enjoy over and over again….

Track listing
1. Fly Away Butterfly 4:09
2. Awakening 4:09
3. On My Way 4:23
4. Across The Sky 4:20
5. One Way 4:28
6. Mas Que Nada 3:59
7. Chasing Waterfalls 4:23
8. Never Thought It Would Be This Way 5:24

9. Transition 4:09

10. Fly Away Butterfly (Reprise) 4:09

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A chat with Dorina Morelli as she releases new album Make Believe

"A chat with Dorina Morelli as she releases new album Make Believe"

Dorina has her new Album Make Believe just out and we had a chat to her about how she became a singer / writer and her thoughts on influences and current artists – Spoiler – Cat Story Below……

Tell us about the moment you decided to become a singer? What did your family have to say about it?

I’ve been singing and dancing since I was 4 years old. Music was all I ever wanted to do. It was in the blood as my father played piano accordion in bands. I trained and performed to perfect my craft until I finally landed a gig that changed my life at age 21. My family could not understand my drive to become as singer and did not exactly encourage me but I did it anyway, and then they became my biggest fans.

What inspired you to become and artist and who are your early influences?

Early influences were obviously ABBA as a child. I had the pillow and socks! I also grew up with the Young Talent Time, and wanted nothing more than to be on that show. I got close as I attended their school. As a teenager I started to appreciate a great variety of singer songwriters from Rickie Lee Jones to Karen Carpenter, Sara Vaughan.

Tell us a little about your writing process, how does a song come along? What gets you going creatively?

I get so easily inspired to write when I hear a piece of music that stirs something in me, I cannot help but burst into song with a melody that I feel fits. Throw some matching lyrics in it and suddenly there is a song. On the other hand, words come to me from my own current situation as a form of expression. Then I’ll hear a tune in my head and bring to a great musician to flesh out the chords.

What current Australian acts inspire you and why? What international acts?

Locally, I’m a big fan of Meg Mac. I love her style and sentiment and expression. A great talent that I hope goes a long way. Internationally, I cannot go past Sheryl Crow. From her humble beginnings as a backing vocalist for Michael Jackson to becoming a prolific songwriter and not afraid to speak out, she is a true artist with amazing talent.

Tell us a little about your music and what a crowd can expect at a live show?

My music is basically feel-good music. As I age, I tend to write songs with uplifting and inspiring messages and I make my live shows much the same. Being a veteran on stage, I can sing anywhere, anytime without fear and give it my all. I love involving the audience to ensure that everybody has a good time. I also love to laugh so I make sure it’s fun for all.

Fave film? Fave Book? Fave place? Fave animal or pet?. And story if there is one

Film: Cinema Paradiso

Book: Anything by Dr. John Demartini

Place: Italy

Pet: Spooky (my cat) -Photo by Ron Lamoureux

2009_Spooky_Photo_by_RonLamoureuxSpooky is Canadian; I brought her back with me when I moved back home after 6 years in Winnipeg. Spooky is very relaxed and likes to travel. I built a little case for her to sit on the back of my bike so that she could come with me to work. People often stared and pointed in amazement with huge smiles on their faces. It was a sight to see. She would also follow me to work when I walked and again passer-by’s were amazed. But then it would take an hour of searching to get her to come home as she didn’t like the place I was living, especially the unruly dog!


What is the one thing you want/need that you think will make you a successful artist? Why?

I want and need YouTube subscribers and likes and people to listen and buy my music and visit my site and come to my shows and book me for house-gigs. I just want to get out there more and fully be who I was meant to be on this earth and entertain as only I know how. I want and need love from all of you!

What are your future plans for 2017/2018?

Future plans for the forthcoming year is to become a full time musician again. To record my next album, release it to a growing fan base, keep touring and doing what I love. I spent too long away from music and now I want embrace it all again totally! I hope you help me to do that and through the process I inspire you to do something you love! Thank you!



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Dorina Morelli- Make Believe

"Dorina Morelli- Make Believe"

With her pedigree of being a world-class performer, Dorina Morelli is not afraid to admit she’s far from your average singer/songwriter.

Having spent 17 years in the world’s most successful tribute band Bjorn Again, Dorina has captivated audiences around the world and spent much of those years living outside of her Australian home country.

During that time and beyond she took many opportunities around the globe to co-write her own material.

This album was almost going to be called “Retrospective” as it has been hiding in the cupboard for so long but a “Make Believe” of timeless pop songs, can come true!

As Dorina returns to what she loves most in life, she hopes to inspire you to do the same!

We are sure you’ll enjoy this great new album, keep your ears open at your favourite cafe from this weekend on, or checkout the links below if you just can’t wait


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Also don’t forget to checkout our Blog Interview with Dorina who reveals much about her past – such as

  1. Tell us about the moment you decided to become a singer? What did your family have to say about it?

I’ve been singing and dancing since I was 4 years old. Music was all I ever wanted to do. It was in the blood as my father played paino accordian in bands. I trained and performed to perfect my craft until I finally landed a gig that changed my life at age 21.

My family could not understand my drive to become as singer and did not exactly encourage me but I did it anyway, and then they became my biggest fans.

Kelly Andrew – Rendezvous

"Kelly Andrew – Rendezvous"
Kelly Andrew’s latest album is a veritable showcase of his eclectic versatility in both composing and performing some of today’s finest contemporary instrumental music. Working with the production team of Will Ackerman and Tom Eaton of Imaginary Road Studios, Andrew is joined by a truly stellar cast of talented guest stars. Whether it’s the sexy hot “Chasing Twilight,” the seductive slumber of “Awake in a Dream,” the chill reflection of “Lonely Road,”or the graceful beauty of “Painted Butterfly”, Kelly’s keyboard draws the listener into the soul of the song with warmth and passion. No matter what the tempo, the mood or the style of the individual track, Kelly Andrew treats the listener with his consummate musicianship in this romantic rendezvous.
“Kelly Andrew has taken the canvas of human emotion and painted a picture that turns into a Rembrandt of musical interpretation that you will want to experience more than once. Set up your Rendezvous with Kelly as soon as you can.”
– New Age Music Reviews
“Kelly Andrew, the master of many musical faces has just added a sophisticated contemporary jazz smile courtesy of his latest ultra smooth romantic Rendezvous”
Michael Debbage – MainlyPiano.com
“Rendezvous is a masterpiece of contemporary instrumental music. Kelly sets the bar high with a collection of songs that stand out for their exceptional writing, arranging, and musicianship. Highly recommended!”
Michael Diamond – Music and Media Focus
Track List
  1. Chasing Twilight
  2. Hand In Hand
  3. Painted Butterfly
  4. Awake In A Dream
  5. Rendezvous
  6. Serenade Of The Night Sky
  7. Looking Back
  8. Promise
  9. Lonely Road
  10. Hope