Cyborgdrive “Majestic Land” – The review

To deal with a new artist, firstly you need to know a little bit of his history.
And sometimes few simple facts are enough to get into someone’s music.
Here comes an artist straight from Spain – Paco Butrón – hiding behind his stage name Cyborgdrive.
But don’t get confused about the hiding thing. The man is not shy to show his talent in creating great music within the electronic genre. The best prove to that is his first LP album entitled “Majestic Land”, which he produced, arranged, mixed and mastered all by himself at Cyborg Studios and released in 2016 in cooperation with Amuza Producciones. And let me tell you it was worth going on an adventure through this great land with his music.

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The album consists of 14 incredibly well sorted in perfect order songs that together create an epic journey through time, space and landscapes of imagination. Rest is up to the listener: the interpretation of sounds and lyrics and visions of their own that will surely appear in their heads. With this album it’s simply impossible to avoid.
The full list of the tracks you’ll find on the Majestic Land album is as follows:
1. The Moon is mine (1:04)
2. Cell feat. Robert Eberl (5:51)
3. Reason to Live (4:22)
4. Freedom Tonight feat. Airyn (4:56)
5. Return to Sky (3:47)
6. A place in time feat. Insight (5:23)
7. Excalibur (4:39)
8. We are one (5:36)
9. Atom Machine with Complexystems (5:37)
10. Stolen Innocences feat. Laura Aragón (3:36)
11. Dancequence (4:21)
12. Time Remains (6:31)
13. Gain over (4:53)
14. Majestic Land (6:35)

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What is certain after hearing the musical voyage to this extraordinary place is that you will never get tired and will always come back to repeat it over and over again.
So don’t wait any longer but go and grab your own copy of the album!

You can also find the artist on social media. Don’t be afraid – it won’t hurt to know the person behind the music! 🙂

Facebook – Cyborgdrive

Soundcloud – Cyborgdrive

Bandcamp – Cyborgdrive

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The Legend’s Farewell

Today we said goodbye to one of the most important figures in the world music scene. We said goodbye not only to an amazing vocalist or musician, but to a music hero of many. We said goodbye to a legendary David Bowie.
The genius behind Ziggy Stardust, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, arranger, painter, and actor. That’s how David Bowie is described all over the world. This, without a doubt, makes him an icon in many ways.

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“His influence has been unique in popular culture—he has permeated and altered more lives than any comparable figure.” ~ David Buckley.

His 28 albums were an enormous contribution to music and has become an inspiration for many artists in creating their own artistic visions and became the foundation for progress in the music itself, regardless of genre.

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His last studio album “Blackstar” was released only 2 days ago, an January 8th, 2016. The title track was however presented on November 20th 2015 and the second single of the album – “Lazarus” – was released later on December 17th the same year, as a digital download.

Even though “Blackstar” album consists only of 7 songs, David Bowie proved once and for all how to make a masterpiece. With it’s over 41 minutes, the album definitely deserves to be playing during music lessons. Not only for enjoyment but especially to show music students how to strive for perfection.

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If I only had a chance to give him my personal message I’d say to David Bowie: Sir, thank you for being the rare gem in the music industry for so long. Thank you for every album you’ve recorded. Thank you for not giving up to that nasty disease that cancer is, and once more gave us a piece of yourself. Thank you and rest in peace, Master.

~Izzy