Vincere Sylph's musical
journey started in the mid 80's and led to the formation of "The
Misericordia" project by 1990, a self-produced project which
combined experimental, gothic and world music. His early works
were inspired by the legendary 4AD label (artists like Dead Can
Dance (Lisa Gerrard) Cocteau Twins, Clan of Xymox and others).
The rich mixture of
Electro-sampling, dark sonorities, atmospheric and world music
which dominated his early compositions, set the tone for many of
his current works. By 1990 to early 2000, Vincere Sylph also
explored his love for "Synth/Electronica" with singles
like "Before End" "Morgana" and "Voyage" a space
travel trance odyssey.
Vincere Sylph's passion for the world of film music is portrayed
by his artistic work, both visually and musically, on numerous
media and music productions, such as the video of "Babel's Sun
Last Shedding Tear". This special single manifests an ominous
yet evocative cinematic atmosphere by layering dark composition
and thunderous percussion with Vincere Sylph's haunting chant
and choral harmonies.
Sylph's compositions seamlessly
merging many musical genres,
from Cinematic, World, Middle Eastern and Chant, to Dark
Ambient, Dance, Electronica and Experimental. Some of
Sylp's Cinematic/ World early works such as "Ankh" and "Babel's
Sun Last Shedding Tear" are scheduled to be re-released in a
fresh new remastered version.
Vincere Sylph is also the driving force behind the musical
project S.O.X.D. "Battlefield",
S.O.X.D's first album was released in 2014. It includes five
original tracks, and the bonus track "Salty Marshland"
which features the wonderful former Bjork violinist Ima
Jonsdottir and the very
talented cellist Zlatomir Fung.
Sylph is currently completing a brand new single and a music
video which will be released in early 2019, once again
entering new musical territories with this colorful and exciting
production. Stay tuned!