I'm Michael, music producer and composer. I've been making music since I was 10 years old. Listen to my Tracks, there are several musical genres. Follow me and thanks for listening. Thanks 🧡
It's a fast track that rises to the end. Emotionally engaging
live without fear
The music has sounds of the 80s and 90s. But plays in the modern quality of 2021. It starts quietly like fireworks and at the end comes the final end. 120 bmp, analog synthesizer, Bass
The track tells a story after a poem by Norbert Van Tiggelen. Look forward-looking.. never back, only in the future, there lies your happiness! Did you have yesterday. still trouble and distress, tomorrow maybe, everything is already in the balance
We are in the greatest crisis of the 21st century. And no one can predict with certainty today when and how this crisis will end and what changes we can expect in all areas of life. This track is meant to tell us that we can do it together that it will be the same again or maybe even better than we know it.
Take Your Time
A New Day
The Wrong Way
Loneliness, it's about making everything that is perceived to be right at the moment later as a wrong decision.
We Belong Together
Sous Les Palmiers
Only the sounds of the 80s came to life here.
2/17/2021 5:07:31 AM
Many thanks and much appreciation for all the kind and generous words of support.
I'm happy to have found my way here. Michael
2/16/2021 7:54:46 PM
Welcome to IMPNATION Michael, glad you have brought your groove here to share with us ,look forward to more of your fine music
2/16/2021 12:47:37 PM
Welcome to IMP (IndieMusicPeople.com), Michael.
I am thrilled to see you here and honoured to have shared in the inspiration and production of the Golden Kayak Award winning song, "What In The World Is The World Coming To" with you.
After you take some time to familiarize yourself with the site, let me know if you have any questions.
©2015-2016 Indie Music People All Rights Reserved
Hambühren Niedersachsen Germany
9/4/2021 4:19:33 PM
Last pageview at: 10/23/2021 5:56:16 PMPageviews: 1534