Category Archives: IndieGuild Artists
Born in Tehran in 1979 and currently living in the USA, Farzad Golpayegani is a Graphic Design graduate working in the fields of Music and Visual Arts. While Farzad's musical production is primarily inspired by the progressive and fusion genres, he also writes music for movies, video games, advertisements and so on in a variety of genres. Farzad Golpayegani composes, plays, records, mixes and masters his musical projects entirely by himself as well as designing his own album covers. Farzad is a multi-instrumentalist playing a 7-string electric guitar, nylon and steel acoustic guitars, the bass guitar and the violin.
Eternalkeys is an instrumental music project consisting of soundtracks created by the modern Italian composer / keyboardist / arranger Mimmo D'Ippolito (18/12/1982 - Brindisi). It is a journey through both unknown worlds of fantasy and mystery, and real existential sensations, with influences ranging from the world of soundtracks, soundscapes, electronica, classical and modern music and more. The name of the project comes about from the juxtaposition of the ethereal concept of eternity and timelessness with the musicality of the keyboards: the central instrument of the project.
Swedish artist/musician/composer/teacher Tomas Reinerson - aka “Kiwi” - has made a living out of his bass playing for the majority of his life. Touring, teaching and playing bass are his middle names. Genre wise he's been all over the place, playing everything from 40's jazz to present top 40's and metal, partly because of his classical schooling but also out of pure curiosity.
Born and raised in Upstate S.C., singer-songwriter Neil Lee Griffin started to write his own material in his early twenties. It was nothing fancy but something he could call his own, and, as with all things, the more he did it, the better he became. It wasn't until late 2010 that he started using a scarecrow as a symbol for his music.