Parks top 20 songs


Parks biography

There have been multiple artsts with this name: 1) A solo project from Saint Petersburg, Russia 2) A new-wave pop band from Jūrmala, Latvia, existing around the very early 1990s 3) The 2014 moniker of Sydney singer-songwriter, Joe Byrnes. ---> 1) Parks is solo project of composer and musician from Saint Petersburg, Russia Igor Bystrov. Igor was born at Krasnodar, Russia in 1964. He learned in musical school, then in Sochi Musical College and Rostov Conservatory on Estrada class. At the moment Igor is living at Saint Petersburg. It's difficult enough to belongs the Parks music to a specific genre. At the first look this is an ambient, echoes of trip-hop and new age could be listened. More listening, more understanding that ambient is not more than echo due its sampler nature. Talking about samples, the people working with Igor are saying he is real master in sample processing and transforming. First album Music Of Full Moon was recorded in 1990 but was released just in 2000. Everybody who listened it are suprised by this fact, so fresh is its sound. Second was Where Trees End, recorded in 1991 and published in Spring 2001, almost ten years. Then there was small time-out, marked with PostColor Sensation (X-Love mix) video clip translated on NBN TV-channel and very first Parks publication - Trains was selected for "Eastern Hit" compilation from At the same time Igor recorded Umber and The Depths albums. Finally Autumn 2000 record company FONO from Saint Petersburg has been interested in russian electronic scene and among the first releases of their label Elektrus there was Music Of Full Moon. At the moment there are seven albums from Parks. Latest is US release of Umber at Infraction. ---> 3) The 'Parks' project and name was born for this Sydney-based artist in 2012. At the begining of 2013 a backcatelogue of songs from Byrnes' previous outings (Atrium, Llagni, Jokes of Gottensbury) were deconstructed, re-worked and re-imagined for the Parks project, with his first acoustic album, Prelude, out now through Bandcamp >

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