Enrico Milardo is a musician, composer, and producer working under the name Emilarmusic. His passion for music began back in the 1990s, as a drummer and backup singer for a local Top-40 cover band. His various styles of instrumental music range from Pop to Hip Hop, EDM, ambient, Children's, Cinematic, and Corporate genres.
An upbeat and modern fashion house-style dance track. Really fresh and clean with a high end polish giving off a vibe of class and luxury, it has all the elements of a smooth backdrop for a cool, laid back, good time feel project. Chilled piano, grooving house beat, synth hits and sampled vocal themes all feature to capture the relaxed party mood.
A soft RnB Hip-Hop track with an underlying Afrobeat feel. With its totally chilled demeanour, it gives off a classy and elegant vibe verging on the sensual, as the vocal chops smoothly wrap themselves around the dreamy synth pads and the percussive beat dances on. Lots of texture, lots of groove and silkier than a pearl necklace on satin bedsheets.
Frantic, nervy, edgy - this is a real orchestral epic full of tension and 20th Century classical leanings. Making full use of textural string swarms, brass stabs and an underlying percussive accent, it manages to build to an action blockbuster feel, with dramatic mania from woodwind flurries and an overall dynamism that never settles. Very engaging and wonderfully executed.
Melancholy strings with an underlying glimmer of hope - just enough to give us a welcome dose of optimism even if the times are dark. Atmospheric and cinematic in style, it's a gentle and pensive track with accenting piano and angelic airs to help breathe life into the soul-searching somberness, with lilting cello and violin taking the lead. Effective, moving and honest - so have the tissues ready.
Groovy sexiness and upbeat vibes here, with a cool take on the electronic R&B house style. Plenty of interest coming from synth tones, changing beats, funk bass and retro flavours, but always relaxed and in control, setting up a modern sounding production that gels seamlessly into a really useable track.
If I say 'pirates' and you think 'Caribbean', then we both know where this is heading. With more than a passing reference to a certain well-known theme, it's every bit as swashbuckling, unleashing the full power of a cinematic orchestra and its percussive ensemble. Having said that, it does have slightly less seafaring tendencies and could easily lend itself to many other action settings from thrillers to adventure scenes, given its generally sterner feel. Epic stuff.