“Muses & Sirens”
“Muses & Sirens”: a compilation of female composers from around the world by 1tracktape
That sounds greek to me | Apr 27 | muses & sirens
The “Pink Full Moon” takes its name from the Wild Ground Phlox flower (known simply as “Phlox”), one of the first flowers to bloom in Spring. This is the brightest Full Moon of our already difficult year. We look to the future with unbridled optimism and all we want is to become the rainbow in their clouds, and we’ll keep trying!
(“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud”, Maya Angelou)
On the night of “Pink Full Moon” 1tracktape releases a collection of female musicians from the international experimental scene. 25 artists, individually or in groups, created exclusive compositions on this digital album lasting about two hours.
From Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Italy, Serbia, Spain, Poland, Latvia, France, Germany, Japan, China, USA. and Greece these anxious creators were inspired by a Greek word and the New Moon and handed over to digital eternity the compositions that are the first pages of our music calendar for 2021.
Fresh and colorful music, without borders, just like we need to enjoy it. Ambient, Experimental, Improvisation, Electroacoustic, Musique Concrete, Noise, Non-Music, Ethereal Pop and Folk are the musical genres that describe the musical compositions with great freedom. United voices and sounds, experimentation and improvisation, lines in the sand and concentric circles in the blue waters of the sea that surrounds us all.
This is the second release of the series “That Sounds Greek To Me”, an effort to unite artists from around the world inspired by a Greek word. People who can understand that nothing sounds incomprehensible (or Greek) if it comes from within our hearts.
Until the next full moon, enjoy the Pink Full Moon in the dark and keep the music alone in your heart. We are all united and so we are strong, colorful and happy!
The compilation was curated for 1tracktape by Dimitris Tsironis.
The full digital album at the following link:
You can listen to Sofia’s track at the link below: