Electronic / Piano
"RoboJazzin' Again" is the follow up to Mathieu Fisets "RoboJazz" album (2012). RoboJazz is a fictional cartoonish character that represents the paradox between loving geeky "music for musicians" and popular electronic dance music. The new album explores further into the EDM style with influences ranging from Daft Punk to Deadmau5 and even Eiffel 65.
Following up from the the darker, more experimental Level Five Stage One, the eclectic composer and producer Laszlo returns to a more organic sound, exploring some new compositional techniques with his latest EP: Turning Tide.
Lydian Label are very proud to announce the release of their first album, from the talent that is Laszlo (aka Aaron Wheeler). Nothing really does these tracks justice until you hear them in the context of the album though, with each track leading into and complimenting one another sublimely.
Laszlo is contemporary and alternative, but still truly listenable. It is a fusion of influences from electronica, jazz and ambient music. These compositions bring together well thought out instrumentation and use of modal techniques, combining organic elements and electronic textures to outstanding effect.
‘Satori’ is a display of Laszlo’s immense enthusiasm for the fusion of sound and textures, using primarily a diverse mixture of organic instruments such as piano, mandolin, flute (brilliantly played by the artist, Harmony) and vocal, blended with distinctive broken percussion and intelligent use of electronics.
Solo Acoustic Guitar
A radio edit of "Chemistry Must Be Respected", the opening track of the stefano's last work Danze Altalenaze revisited for two electro acoustic guitars. Original track composed by Stefano Barone.