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Omni-Gatherum is Sylvan Tirelle’s Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Sylvan Tirelle’s album “Omni-Gatherum” is a testament to the artist’s boundless creativity and extraordinary talent.

Omni-Gatherum is Sylvan Tirelle’s Album Out Now

The sheer number of instruments he plays and the depth of his musical taste are truly impressive, and they shine through in the wonderful tunes that make up this album.

Listening to this music, there are moments when it feels like a delightful journey back in time to the 1970s, a period known for its rich and harmonically complex songs.

Sylvan Tirelle’s ability to capture that era’s musical essence while infusing it with his own unique twist is a remarkable feat.

“Omni-Gatherum” is more than just an album; it’s a psychedelic journey through a musical landscape where elements of prog, jazz, and funk blend together seamlessly, taking the listener on an imaginative and exhilarating flight of musical exploration.

In general, the album exudes uplifting vibes and shows Sylvan Tirelle’s ability to evoke a sense of joy and wonder through his music.

The album offers a multi-layered and multifaceted experience that invites the listener to explore the nuances and intricacies of each track. It’s like savoring a glass of aged whiskey, where each sip reveals new depths of flavor and character.

Sylvan Tirelle has gifted listeners with an intense and captivating musical experience in “Omni-Gatherum.”

In this age of music, Sylvan Tirelle’s work stands out as a shining example of creative and imaginative artistry, offering a unique and unforgettable sonic adventure.

Omni-Gatherum is Sylvan Tirelle’s Album Out Now!

Intense Musical Experience!

Sylvan Tirelle – Bass, Guitar, Keys, Synths, Drums, Percussion, Tenor Sax, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Melodica

It’s just me – so one day I looked in the mirror and said “Let’s make a record,” and then I did! The album was recorded in my home studio, just outside Seattle, WA and was mastered by a good friend, Nick Tripi, based in LA at Bing Bong Studio. The wonderful thing about instrumental music is that the story is unique to each individual listener. The music may create moods and color, but the experiences of the individual are what drive the story, and it’s special because it truly is their own story.

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