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Darshae Kiér – “Halasana Girl” is geared towards turntable dominance

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Malcolm.E is a 22 year old Hip Hop artist, Sound Engineer and Producer, from Eswatini (Swaziland). He found his love for rap music during his early high school years and in his last year of high school decided he wanted to create music for a living. Since then he has been releasing music consistently and growing his fan base. In 2018 Malcolm.E graduated from the Cape Audio College in Cape Town, South Africa, with a 3 year Diploma in Sound Technology and Production. He now uses his skills in his everyday life of making music. He dropped his second project

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Tatono’s travel-inspired music is created while he explores the world, and which he incorporates into his own filming for breathtaking self-composed videos. Tatono’s music has been featured across many travel shows and on highly acclaimed YouTube channels. The Bend, Oregon-based artist began musical his journey at the young age of 17, when he played drums in high school garage bands. The artist, who has been inspired by the likes of Moby and Thievery Corporation has just released his 2020 album “Far”, which he says sums up his year of 2019. Some songs on the album were made for collaboration projects

Warchief Rasco – “Good Ones Go To Soon” continues his atmospheric Hip-hop fusion sound!

“Good Ones Go To Soon” is an oath for the real ones I’ve lost in my life from either drugs, violence, or suicide to keep going hard and following the dream while spreading love all at the same time,” says Warchief Rasco. Rasco has a gift for writing concise, infectious earworms. When a track such as “Good Ones Go To Soon” arrives at its conclusion, it leaves a void in the listener that can only be filled by playing the track again and again. The cut has a quality backing instrumental, complete with a reverbed staccato guitar riff and a

 Nishit Gajjar: ‘Ljósop’ (The Aperture) – tranquility, balance, and beauty!

Art does not mean just paintings, sculptures, or photographs, as art also comes in the form of videos i.e films as well. In fact, the attention and interest of the audience are more efficiently captured with the help of films, due to the motion and evolution of images that unroll in front of their eyes. Practically, a film says more than one image, being a form of art that is more complex, stirring an entire set of emotions and experiences in the heart and mind of the viewer. Having all these in mind, it is no wonder that films gained a lot of terrain in the past years and fascinated us with their content ever since this art form appeared.

Most of us live fast-paced lives, always on the rush to gain more financial stability and material things, thinking that this way we will know real happiness. But, unfortunately, suffocated by our quotidian routine and concrete walls, we stray further away from happiness, feeling that something is missing even though success, financial stability, and owning various assets are part of our lives. What is missing is our habit to slow down and take time to enjoy the small details that make this world so fascinating and our lives so beautiful. Art, thus, is needed to remind people that there is more to this world than just pursuing material riches. With the help of art, we can slow down, get unplugged from the suffocating modern life, and rediscover the simple joys of life and lack of worries.

Nishit Gajjar-The Producer of the film

Nishit Gajjar-The Producer of the film

Nishit Gajjar, the producer of ‘Ljósop’ (The Aperture) decided to start this project and created a unique film to show people what they are missing while they are sunk in their ordinary lives. If we could just stop for a moment, take a deep breath, and look around, we could discover so much tranquility, balance, and beauty. We need to step away from the hustle and bustle of the modern city and find escapes where we can reconnect with ourselves and the surrounding environment. So the mission of this film is to show people what they forgot to notice while being so busy, day after day, things that exist in the world in which they live, things that are seen but not noticed anymore. The producer wanted to turn on the switch of the views toward a different perspective, one that can represent an ointment to the stress and clutter of everyday lives.

This is not the first project of the kind for Nishit Gajjar. He is a renowned screenplay writer, musician and producer from India, who has also produced Time Elapses a short film and worked on post production of viral 11 minutes movie and numerous music videos and short films. He has been featured in national and international newspapers and various film, music magazines globally. His film, Time Elapses, also had soundtrack that was entirely made on Android platform by him. Thus, he became the first producer to ever adopt such a technique, showing that he is more than capable to think outside the box and look for solutions in completely new environments. The unique aspect of ‘Ljósop’ (The Aperture) is that the background score for this film is also composed on android platform in Caustic 3 application! It is a really breathtaking and beautifully made film with a powerful background score.

The film is captivating right from the start because it manages to make you see that life has various facets we forget to notice as we are buried deep in worries and material goals. Nishit Gajjar managed to create a film that opens the eyes of people in a spiritual manner, helping them realize that happiness and fulfillment lies in the small things. A simple walk to the beach, enjoying the rain, the sunset, life in general at a slower pace, is the perfect way to escape the unease triggered by the modern society and its shallow values.

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