Guitarist Tone Masseve is preparing to release his debut album, "Amp L'etude" in September. The album is described as a multitude of electric guitars flying off a back drop of classic rock drum beats with a touch of moonlight sonata. You can definitely hear Tone's rock guitar influences on the dozen songs that make up this new album. Jethro Tull drummer, Doane Perry also guests on this new release as the songs are drawn from rock classics like "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" ("Aire On A G String") and "The Hill Of The Skull" ("The Moonlight Sonata"). You can also hear Tone's classical influences on the guitar exercise of "Pre-Lude-Num-Ber-One-Num-Ber-One" and "The Swan (In Wind On Water)." His talents will exceed your expectations, as he pours his emotions into "Marie (She' So) Ave" and "Prelude #6 (It Tolls For Thee)." The album finishes with the experimental piece "The Sunken Cathedral (Turns The Tide Gently, Gently Away)" and the grand, operatic feel of "O Fortuna." To find out more about Tone Masseve and his latest release "Amp L'etude," please visit tonemasseve.com.
Arriving next month is the long-awaiting album from Italian music artist Emiliano Deferrari. His new album simply titled "Monty," features nine-tracks that showcase the progressive/experimental artist that Emiliano is, as he incorporates elements of jazz, rock and classical music to make complete works of art. Beginning with the short 75-second instrumental "Aria," you are instantly transported to another realm of musical talent. His new album continues with the smooth vocals of "Essere," as they are laid upon a soft piano backdrop. Emiliano slowly builds up the tempo with the smooth experimental jazz of "Ecco" and "Vuoto," before reaching the steady pace of "Get It Right." Emiliano finishes up his new album with the announcement of horns on "White Life" and the up-tempo drum beats of "Fuoco." To find out more about Emiliano Deferrari and his latest release "Monty," please visit emilianodeferrari.com.
Singer/songwriter and violinist Kimia Penton is preparing to release her new album "Where The Rain Falls" on September 14th. Her music has been compared to Brandi Carlile and Sara Bareilles, as her new six-song EP will make you an instant fan. She begins with the slow, gentle build-up of "Not Goodbye" as you will easily get lost in Kimia's beautifully sweet vocals. She showcases her wonderful skills on the violin during the ballad "Show Me Love" and displays a more Americana sound with folk-style delivery of "Where The Rain Falls." Her new short release wraps up with the emotional piano ballad "Stepping Stones" and the only up-tempo number, the contemporary folk-rock piece "Alive Again." To find out more about Kimia Penton and her latest release "Where The Rain Falls," please visit kimiapmusic.com.