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Beyond Reality: Unveiling the Mysteries of 'Halo'

Today we have the pleasure of introducing to you a true musical masterpiece, the latest album of Mary Knoblock, called "Halo".

The album invites listeners on a mesmerizing journey through a world where cinematic dream pop meets deep storytelling. The album is a fusion of ethereal soundscapes that explore themes of love, loss, and the mysteries of the afterlife. Knoblock, a talented neo-classical composer, artist, songwriter, and producer hailing from Portland, Oregon, showcases her unique style that blends electronica with jazz, classical, trap, and piano ballads, creating a new genre of cinematic dream pop.

With a discography boasting 30 albums and over 200 songs, Knoblock's creative genius and eclectic tastes shine through in each track. The album features raw and organic piano compositions that were recorded in one or two takes, capturing the essence of spontaneous creativity. Each song is a testament to Knoblock's belief in the artistry of the moment, with a focus on preserving the authenticity of the initial creative spark.

"Halo" takes listeners on a captivating journey through tracks like "Heaven's Bride", a poignant tale of love and loss, and "Chrome”, a nostalgic reflection on better days. The album also delves into themes of interrupted love, grief, and self-discovery in songs like "Moon Jar of Love" and "Today". The final track, "Dreamers" is a special song of an otherworldly bliss that Mary wrote for her devoted fans. Knoblock's avant-garde compositions add a layer of complexity to the cinematic dream pop experience, exploring the depths of the mind and the complexities of human emotion.

Overall, "Halo" is a masterful blend of storytelling and sonic exploration, offering listeners a glimpse into Mary Knoblock's unique musical universe. Each track is a work of art that captures the essence of the moment and invites listeners to immerse themselves in a world of ethereal beauty and profound emotion.

We are absolutely in love with Mary's true work of art, and we hope you like it, too. Check it out below on Spotify, or look it up on your preferred streaming platforms.


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