An article about Sakis' upcoming 9th studio album has been published on New Music Weekly.
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Sakis Gouzonis to release new instrumental album on May 16
New Music Weekly
United States of America
Saturday, 26 March 2016
Sakis Gouzonis has announced he will release his ninth instrumental album on May 16th! His new album will contain ten original tracks of electronic and cinematic music, and it will be available worldwide via https://www.sakisgouzonis.com. Sakis Gouzonis is a multi-award-winning Greek composer, arranger, orchestrator, producer and performer, whose exceptional body of work has pioneered contemporary instrumental music. Since making his solo debut with 2008's First Contact, Sakis Gouzonis has won a total of 10 international music awards and distinctions, and has gained more than 650,000 fans and friends in 220 countries and territories. He is the first and only Greek independent artist to have reached that level of fame and success. Steve Sheppard, former commentator of BBC, wrote about Sakis Gouzonis' instrumental music: "…A man much decorated in the world of international music and rated to be the biggest export Greece has ever had, Gouzonis really brings this home with the composition Lead Me Home… Till The End Of Time has a grandeur and a majestic quality about it that after hearing one would have to stand and applaud…" "Each one of my tracks comes in a moment of inspiration," Sakis Gouzonis says. "My music is about the universe, it is about the infinite, it is about the mysterious forces that we all feel to be around us, it is about what we can and what we cannot understand. My complicated rhythms tell people something about the equally complex rhythms of their inner life."
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