New Year, New Song- Who’s Failing You, by Marcell Marias

by admin on Jan.01, 2011, under music

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Positive Energy Revolution available on iTunes. AmazonMP3, etc.

by admin on Oct.14, 2010, under music

Positive Energy RevolutionPositive Energy Revolution

This is Marcell’s 4th album and reflects eco-conscious messages and calls for action to save our beautiful planet. It features vocals from Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Henta.

Positive Energy Revolution strives to take listeners on a journey to inner and outer space, with elevating arpeggios, atmospheric pads and driving polyrhythms, all while keeping centered using deep bass frequencies.

It meanders in and out of House, Breakbeat, Trance and Drum & Bass, pushing forward positive energy.

Enjoy!

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New Album out today: Marcell Marias – Positive Energy Revolution

by admin on Sep.15, 2010, under music

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Marcell Marias Releases Latest Album, Positive Energy Revolution

Seattle, WA, Sept. 15, 2010 – Seattle-based electronic musician Marcell Marias has released his latest album, Positive Energy Revolution, on Vortexya, a label dedicated to visual electronic music. Available immediately for download at major online retailers iTunes, Amazon MP3 and others, this release is a diverse musical journey through inner and outer space, with elevating arpeggios, atmospheric pads and driving polyrhythms, with a deep dose of grounding bass frequencies. It meanders in and out of House, Breakbeat, Trance and Drum & Bass, pushing forward positive energy.

This is Marcell’s 4th album and reflects eco-conscious messages calling for action to save our beautiful planet. It features vocals from Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Henta.

His first performance of new songs from this release will be at a Burners Without Borders benefit on Sat. Sept. 18, 2010 at the Tiger Lounge in Georgetown, Seattle.  He will be joined by Henta on vocals.

Marcell Marias is a Hungarian-born Seattle resident composing and performing visual electronic music. He has several movie soundtrack and sound design credits. His performances have featured immersive visuals coupled with surround sound. He collaborates with Henta, a UK singer/songwriter and David Miles Huber, author and surround sound evangelist.

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Marcell Marias produces and performs as Marias in many styles of electronic music: Ambient, Downtempo, House, Breakbeat, and Drum & Bass. He’s been involved in two Grammy-Nominated projects recently: David Miles Huber’s “Colabs” album as a co-writer on one of the tracks and Henta’s “Laserium for the Soul” CD as a co-producer. He is also soundtrack composer and a sound designer with several film and video credits and strives to make cinematic/visual music. He has recently become the first artist to be featured on Vortexya, a website for Modern Visual Music.

I’ve been recently working on remixes. They are definitely challenging and very rewarding. Realworldremixed.com has some great songs available for remixing and so far I have completed two. One of Sevara’s “Kunlarim Sensiz” and Peter Gabriel’s “Games Without Frontiers”.

See the Real World Remixed Top 20 for some great remixes and also check out the Hot Picks section.

My other remixes include Tiesto’s “Knock You Out” for Beatport’s remix contest, and Robert Miles’ “Paths” remix contest.

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Grammy Nominated

by admin on Dec.03, 2009, under music

Henta's "Laserium for the Soul" CD

Henta's "Laserium for the Soul" CD

Henta is nominated for a Grammy for her “Laserium for the Soul” CD in the Best New Age Category. Marias helped with the mixing and cover art.

Also, both Henta and Mariasf have co-written tracks on David Miles Huber’s “Colabs” album which garnered the nomination in the Best Surround Sound Album category.

Seattle is representing with some nice electronic/vocal/downtempo music.

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Welcome to Vortexya

by admin on Oct.21, 2009, under music

Vortexya is invisible, boundless energy that permeates our world and reveals itself in many ways. The fractal patterns within snowflakes, broccoflowers and root systems, the air and sea currents and the wonder of fire all show vortexya in action.

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