No INDIE artist moves from CLASSICAL & CHILLOUT to FOLK & POP ROCK as smoothly as the Trinidadian Contemporary Classical composer, Errol Michael “Filo” Phillips. His albums “Twinite (1498-2000)” and “Happy Times” provide music for the intellect, the heart, the spirit, and the loins. What else is there to excite? He cannot read or write music, and does not play any tonal instruments, but he has a very good ear and can conceptualize. His music is popular with fans of Ludovico Einaudi, Thievery Corporation, Michael Buble and George Michael. Be sure to visit the Errol Michael Phillips channel on Youtube.
Classical: The Carnivalian.
Pop Rock: Nouveau Riche and Babaschutska Vodka in E-minor.
Chillout: The Holiday Parade and Morning shift.
Folk: Superasha.
Jazz: Play a song for me and Naughty Pinky.

Edited by EMFiloP on 21 Oct 2014, 14:41

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