Borislav Strulev  - Cello & Gene Pritsker - Composer, Di.J., Guitar | Cello Lounge Vol.1

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Cello Lounge Vol.1

by Borislav Strulev - Cello & Gene Pritsker - Composer, Di.J., Guitar

Cello Lounge - BorisLove and Noizepunk: “Eclecticism that opens new horizons in the perceptions of music”
Genre: Easy Listening: Lounge
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1. Debussy's Lounge
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2. Bb Gun
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3. Tabla Cello
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4. The Double
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5. San Sans
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6. Kaleeso
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7. Rococo At Twilight
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8. Pravajay
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9. Akoola
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10. Lounge 101
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11. Infinity
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12. Firmly Frozen
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13. Brahmsian
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14. Yolachka Bells
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15. Recon.
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16. Dead Souls
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CELLO LOUNGE, VOL. 1 — BORISLOVE & NOIZEPUNK, GENE «NOIZEPUNK» PRITSKER, BORISLAV STRULEV
Noizepunk and BorisLove
“Eclecticism that opens new horizons in the perceptions of music”
The New York based duo Noizepunk & BorisLove are combining elements from classical, jazz, electronic, house, hip-hop, experimental, ect. It is hard to put into one word the genre of music they are playing, hence they do not try to classify. The originality lies in the openness to musical sound in all its forms, in getting out of the box which constricts our understanding and this duo does just that.

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