The Thompson Twins, a prominent ’80s band, captivated audiences with their eclectic sound and infectious energy, and had an incredibly successful track called…
After a decade in the making, I’m thrilled to announce the arrival of my electronica album, “Titan.” 🎶
Depeche Mode’s iconic song “People Are People” released in 1984, remains a poignant anthem addressing the theme of human equality and the futility of prejudice.
Neneh Cherry’s rendition of “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” released in 1990 on the Red Hot + Blue album, is a modernized take on Cole Porter’s classic.
10+ years in the making! My electronica album is a journey of dedication and growth. Each track reflects my emotions and artistic evolution. Stay tuned for the release and join me on this sonic adventure!
“It’s Not Right but It’s Okay” is a popular song by Whitney Houston, featured in her fourth studio album “My Love Is Your Love” released in 1998.
“Never Let Me Down Again” by Depeche Mode is a classic 80s hit that still packs a punch! This upbeat anthem features a driving beat, soaring synths, and powerful vocals.
Remixing is a great way for new producers of electronic music to get creative and showcase their skills. However, it can also be challenging to create a remix that truly stands out and does justice to the original track.
I recently discovered this amazing song from George Sabanis, with those beautiful lyrics, that “speak” deeply into my soul. And since electronic music is my passion..
It’s been a great pleasure working on a remix for Dimitris Papaspyropoulos / Last Chance’s latest release called ‘Lament’
Sam Smith collab with Kim Petras, is described totally different from his past style. I think this is what describes my take on the Techno genre as well for this song.
Wherever you will go is an originally released song from the band The Calling in 2001. Danny Darko successfully released a cover after 20 years…
“The Mummers’ Dance” is a song written and performed by Canadian Celtic fusion singer Loreena McKennitt, released as a single from her sixth studio album
“Human” is a mid-tempo ballad which lyrically is an exchange between a man and a woman in a relationship who have reunited after a separation.
“Shout,” like many legendary rock songs, is appealing because it allows the listener to interpret it in his or her own way. Tears for Fears, on the other hand, wrote the song to motivate people to protest.