To perceive and enjoy the particularly beautiful and magical moments to the fullest! To be aware of them, to celebrate them. As if it were the last dance!
The song from the pen of Axel Bosse reminds us to hold on to the beauty of the important moments. BOSSE is bursting with fresh musical ideas, inimitable wordplay and remarkable depth of focus in his view of things. He stirs things up. Artistically, thematically, emotionally. In the songs he brings his view of the now with hip swing and attitude. It sounds and feels good. Axel has found his own personal centre and balance, in life and in music. BOSSE is an established and celebrated name in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, playing to over 100,000 people on the tour for his last album.
Dario fuses his virtuoso talent for beautiful piano pieces with his unique sense for atmosphere, songwriting and an incredible energy that makes his output so versatile. The last two years since his first release have been non-stop for the Berlin native, putting out an eclectic mix of beautiful piano pieces (DNA I), collaborations (with: Robot Koch, Andrew Applepie, AK and more) and alternative pop projects (Better Days EP with Rezar premiered on COMPLEX), growing his online following to almost one million monthly listeners. Besides his constant output, the classically trained pianist started releasing sheet music of his magical pieces due to high demand on Instagram by fans from all over the world. He composed scores for fashion outlets (Tings Magazine), commercials (Bertelsmann) and is now preparing his collab-filled album Frequency with guest vocalists featured on every one of the eleven tracks. Lessing represents a new breed of self-made artists and producers that collaborate without musical or geographical boarders. His capability to catch the very core of other artists creativity leads to uniquely direct and intuitive records with a spiritual, often mystical character. Freshly signed on the prestigious Modern Recordings (Pat Metheny, Sebastian Knauer, Robot Koch…), the album is also Lessing’s first to be released on vinyl.
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