Apologies for if I come across slightly arrogant posting about myself... but I'm a musician and wanted to let you all know about my music.
I'm a Manchester based composer and arranger, so far specialising in piano pieces and works for strings, slowly (but surely) heading down a more electronic route. I've worked on soundtracks for dance artists, piano arrangements for singer-songwriters and I've also composed pieces for weddings and other events. Last year my first album 'Changing Stations' was released on CD & double vinyl, along with digital releases on iTunes, Spotify, 7Digital etc worldwide. I successfully had this entire project funded via Kickstarter.
'Changing Stations' is an 11-track contemporary album based on the 11 main lines of the London Underground and composed using Grapheme Colour Synaesthesia. My Synaesthesia enables me to envisage numbers, letters and words in colour, so I have assigned each track its own colour; marrying together the tube line in question with the key signature its composed in. I have based the mood and feel of each piece using my own experiences on the Underground and implemented it into each track. For example. Bakerloo Line -Brown = the letter G = Gminor. Central Line - Red = the letter A = A major.
To read more about me and the album you can head to http://www.changingstations.london - It's available to buy on CD & double vinyl from the shop, and you can also download / stream in full on iTunes / Spotify.
Also, for any Record Store Day fans I will be giving away copies of the album on double gatefold vinyl to 3 lucky people who tweet, instagram or share on Facebook using the hashtag #ChangingStationsRSD17
Twitter & Instagram: @DanielLiamGlyn
The vinyl is also now available at a discounted price for Record Store Day weekend at http://www.changingstations.london/the-shop - ending Sunday!
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