Blood, Sweat and Paper Cuts. Year and a half in the making and < O R I G A M I . R I O T S . EP > is officailly released world wide.
First music video "Where Clouds Abound" is out now.
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Byron Hosking and Bartosz Szczesny are responsible for production of most of the tracks.
Out in February 2015
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Today we've started working on my new record!!! Teaming up again with my favourite producer Byron Hosking at my favourite London studio - The Lab Studios ★ Stay tuned! ★ Title and Release date TBA ★
"Cloudscapes are for dreamers and their contemplation benefits the soul."
Produced by Byron Hosking at The Lab Studios UK. Support Independent Music.
I'd love to hear form you, let me know how you like the record! #UpNess
Having sunshine overhead day in and day out would be rather monotonous...
Clouds are Nature's poetry to be read like a person's countenance...
Cloudscapes are for dreamers and their contemplation benefits the soul...*
Look up, Airborne Mark is back with his latest music release.
The new EP comprises five cloud themed songs which cover very down to earth aspects of journeying through life. Relationships, identity and perseverance are the subject matter that echoes strongly throughout the record. Narrated from author’s perspective in a reflective spoken word manner.
The EP was recorded over five months mostly at The Lab Studios under production of London based Australian musician Byron Hosking. Each track meticulously layered with live instruments create perfect musical landscape for Airborne Mark's narration. Vintage synths, piano and the electric guitar proved to be perfect tools for Byron Hosking to capture energy and emotion of each track.
CloudQuartered EP also features a song produced by B Szczesny (of Rebeka, Brennnessel), a long time Airborne Mark's collaborator, and is released with BeyondNess video produced by Rahul DeCruz.
Cover photography by Cormac McGloin, design by Dan Kitchener.
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Where are my Cloud-Spotters at?
* The Manifesto by The Cloud Appreciation Society