Dustin O’Halloran‘s Opus 23 animated by Italian director, Marco Morandi. Discovered O’Halloran recently via Fluid Radio and have been hooked ever since those first sparse notes hit my ear drums. It’s admittedly moody music, sometimes hinting at Beethoven’s darker moments, but also will likely remind you of those quiet and introspective breaths inbetween sorrow and joy we often take for granted. Highly recommend listening to any of his pieces while at home while it’s raining, snowing, during sunrise or sunset, or any moment you need a moment to tell the drama in your life to “step the fuck back”. You’ll feel like you’re in your own art house cinematic moment set in Iceland.

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