Sean A. McGee - ElectroTango Composer


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THE ALBUM

TANGO ~ 'NEBULOSA'





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'Nebulosa'


The press release.











East Anglian based composer, Sean A.McGee, has caused an international sensation with the release of his debut Tango CD and has attracted the attention of Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace, the stars of hit BBC show, 'Strictly Come Dancing'.




'Nebulosa', Sean's debut tango album, has become an "inspiration" and is "much loved" by Vincent and Flavia. On hearing Nebulosa,

Flavia mused,

"We love this cd, the mood and atmosphere it creates is fantastic, a pleasure to dance and listen to. The amalgamation of the different sounds and instruments really catches the essence of the tango nuevo, our favourites tracks are Nebulosa de los Suenos, 3 Years Too Late, The Stranger's Tango

and El Espacio Que Deja."



Additionally a three track DJ promo disc from Nebulosa, has created a strong interest amongst fans of Tango and Latin music and Sean's Tango tracks are already ranked highly in the ReverbNation online global chart for Latin music. The promo disc has been picked up by some Tango DJ's in Dallas, Texas and proved to be a major hit on the Tango/Latin dance scene in the city.



Sean was inspired to compose 'Nebulosa' after he went to Argentine Tango lessons with his fiancée, Linzi. Such was the impact of the lessons and the music, that Sean was immediately motivated to bring his own style and input to the traditional, orchestral Tango music. Sean became fascinated by ElectroTango, as practiced by bands such as the Gotan Project, and immediately started work on the new CD. From early beginnings this has evolved to become the new 12-track album 'Nebulosa', released in September.

Speaking about the new CD Sean says "It may be a cliché but it has taken blood, sweat and tears to create this album, but I think it will be worth it. Initially I produced a 3 track DJ promo which was instantly picked up by some Tango DJ's in Dallas, USA, and is now regularly played at their Milongas, (the official term for a Tango dance). The feedback has been incredible and I am so pleased at the positive feedback from Vincent and Flavia. The reaction has been the same from all parts of the world, Tango dancers seem to love it!"




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