Sound Selection 061

Hideyuki Hashimoto Saki

Our first selection for this edition of Sound Selection is by Hideyuki Hashimoto, a Japenese pianist, and composer. In this wonderful piece named Saki, part of an eight-track album, Hashimoto explores nostalgic emotions with touches of melancholy through ear-pleasing dynamics that are created through soft notes and splendid background ambiance that takes this to another dimension.

Ivy Sole Lovely Fiction

In Lovely Fiction, talented artist Ivy Sole explores themes of motherhood and relationships that are delivered through euphonious vocals with a fantastic production that will have you hooked from the get-go. If you are looking for something refreshing, this one is for you.

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