Welcome ! Take your time to visit around this page, and stay cool!
Our music is a blend of deep house, tropical and synthwave. We also like to write downtempo and experimenting with pop rock. Our music is produced by an independent group of artists. Lyrics come from Lil'Jeannie, Gerry Cohen, Alix Romano, Carrie Couture and Sharni Barnes. Atanasio is responsible for the music composition and music production. At the vocals are signed or featured collaborating artists, such as Beraud, Natalia Suvorina (aka DragonFly), Christina, Jovana and others! Our mastering engineer of choice is Audio Animals Ltd. With our music we feel that we share a part of our creativity, and contribute to the present-day joy of music, dance and everyday listening.
We dream of people being happy while listening to our tracks!
Changing the world would require to change the way we think ourselves. And this we can start doing it now!
Sledgehammer, by Peter Gabriel.
Numerous artists from the genre of deep house. We believe that all artists, known or unknown, have some good and inspirational moments. We favor that inspirational music in general then, instead of the complete work of a particular artist.
We find inspiration by continuous communication and exchange of ideas.
Stay cool - have fun!!!
We love perfoming live, as this creates a reverberation with the audience, that further drives improvisation and inspiration.
It is certainly a pity that in this plethora of music work, only few will ever find their way to a larger audience. That said, if we could choose between a small set of musicians having a privileged living standard, and a larger set of musicians without that, we would go for the second. We believe that we live in a unique moment in the music history, where everyone gets at least a chance to share their musical ideas with the rest world.
Drooble seems to be the platform we were looking for. Actually, we ran across Drooble exactly while looking for such platform :-D
Music production is never meant to follow a straightforward way, and it is often acoompanied by disappointments and sad critiques. While this may impact the musician, and it mostly does it, we hope we turn such critique to a recommendation, so as we improve our music and enjoy a greater audience.
Supporting the local scene goes without any question. The last year has seen difficulties in live performances everywhere, but hopefully the next year will differ.
We believe that a musician should be commited, open-minded, flexible, and hard-working. Did we mention patient, too?
That would be hard to achieve, Drooble has heard nearly everyone!