TANYC

TANYC seems to have the answers in uncertain times, or she just made her own world. This is adult music, sarcasm and youthful superficiality are looked for in vain, or not at all. Here you are looking for definitive, carefully and carefully constructed artistic statements that were conceived from the pen of virtuoso students of upscale pop music. TANYC is anything but an unknown, as part of the duo CAMA she has long since celebrated major successes. TANYC has released a wonderful album that will see the light of day in early summer 2021, or vice versa, will shine into the world.

Artist-Website: www.tanyc-music.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/tanycmusic
Listen here: https://hyperurl.co/tanyc

TANYC: vocaly, harmonies, keyboards
Kalle Wallner: guitars, bass, keys & programming
Yogi Lang: keys & programming
Tom Norris: violin
Heiko Jung: bass
Stephan Weiser: piano
Nir Z: drums
Aaron Brooks: vocals on “Never Ask Twice”

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  1. Tanyc

    TANYC | Tanyc

    “Your smile is a little brighter than mine” … Hmm, hard to believe when listening to this album. It seems as if TANYC had this album, which will make every audiophile sound lover send these tunes through their ears for months, up her sleeve. Here are as many things to discover as they have been put into and perhaps, even more.

    The lead single “Smile” sets the path that TANYC is taking here on her solo debut, but the songs all stand for themselves. “Shoot”, for example, is reminiscent of British-influenced Shoegaze-Pop and can hardly be compared stylistically with “Smile”, requiring the listener to be more sensitive and patient. Comparisons of any kind can be considered inadmissible, but they can hardly be avoided with an artist like TANYC and will perhaps – or certainly – pop up in your head here and there. Unintentionally and out of nowhere, but that’s how the head functions, you can take these associations as points of reference, if you want to … how TANYC’s head functions, however, nobody knows really.

    But of course, it does work and is beautiful if you wanted to figure that out through this album. “Hideaway” is just as much a so-called hit as “Smile” and you might be starting to think a little more intensely about what you might be dealing with here. Something very big, that is out of the question. No doubt this entire album is for the pure souls as it is itself an equally pure and powerful statement of artistic integrity. “Loops on Fire” melts you down as you hold onto the task of finding words, let alone coherent thoughts in contrast to the wonderfully coherent emotional world, to describe the construct. Only to hear “Beautiful”. Didn’t Frank Zappa once say that talking about music is like dancing about architecture?

    TANYC is anything but a stranger. As a part of the duo CAMA, she has long ago celebrated major successes. Even when you hear the lush arrangement of “Again” and the epic Whammy guitar solo, you soon realize that there is a whole bunch of noble musicians at work here. The exceptional violinist Tom Norris usually makes his skills available to the London Symphony Orchestra and the Israeli drummer and percussionist Nir Zidkyahu has already refined John Mayer’s debut. They are just as much a part of this vision as the German guitarist Kalle Wallner, who has been very successful with his band RPWL for more than twenty years.

    But this voice sits enthroned above all of it. Sometimes crystal clear and angelic, sometimes vintage soul, sometimes femme fatale; it is not an easy task to give this voice a clear adjective and it would not be the right approach to an artistic vision that big. The same applies to the albums sorting to a genre. The algorithms can easily do this, but let’s rather have the listeners do it. It is quite certain, that listeners of this album will not dwell on such trivialities. The sacral character of a song like “Labyrinth” or the opulent outro of “This Dream” represents a bright light of this time, TANYC could easily have released a pure vocal work. The crowning, meditative conclusion of this album, “Over and Over”, proves that. But power in numbers is a law of nature, which is why TANYC invited a duet partner to the studio. “Never ask twice” is a flawless noir film soundtrack with a spaghetti western twang guitar and also puts the American expat rock n’ roller Aaron Brooks in the limelight. A duet also makes sense here, the song explores the complications and the magic of living together and celebrates compromises. Ironic with a song collection that makes no artistic compromises at all. Why also? In which direction do you have to bend when what you build creates a whole world?

    TANYC has set a wonderful chunk into this world that will see the light of day on June 18, 2021, or vice versa will shine into the world. When shows are not or hardly possible, TANYC impressively reveals what can be conjured up in the laboratory. Her debut of the same name is a hybrid of studio art and live band, of electronics and years of stage experience, of ethereal poetry and monumental staging. It is not for nothing that one speaks of “high fidelity” when speaking of the highest audiophile standards. Because with all the finesse and the elf-like remoteness of this impressive singer and composer, this album is simply fun and must not be forgotten.

    TANYC seems to have the answers in uncertain times, or she just made her world. This is adult music, sarcasm, and youthful superficiality are looking for here, but you are looking for definitive, careful, and detailed artistic statements that were conceived from the pen of virtuoso students of upscale pop music. But as I said, words are sometimes not enough and maybe you don’t need them here either, these 12 songs speak for themselves.

     

     

    Release: 02 July 2021
    Media: Vinyl (lim. edition, 180g, creamy white) GAOM067LP
    CD Digipak GAOM067
    Media: Streaming & Digital GAOM067
    Label: Gentle Art Of Music
    Distribution: Soulfood Music

    TANYC: vocals, harmonies, keyboards

    Kalle Wallner: guitars, bass, keys & programming
    Yogi Lang: keys & programming
    Tom Norris: violin
    Heiko Jung: bass
    Stephan Weiser: piano
    Nir Z: drums
    Aaron Brooks: vocals on “Never Ask Twice”

    1) Faster
    2) Smile
    3) Hide Away
    4) Beautiful
    5) Again
    6) Never Asked Twice
    7) Loops On Fire
    8) Honest
    9) Labyrinth
    10) This Dream
    11) Shoot
    12) Over And Over

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  2. Beautiful (Single)

    TANYC | Beautiful

    TANYC erschien TANYC appeared on the music scene in October last year. The debut single “Smile” of the elf-like Austrian combined digitalism with organic music and, above all, presented a unique voice that floated through the soundscapes and orchestrations like a full-fledged instrument. The crystal-clear produced song marked the first step on TANYC’s journey on the way to her album, which is scheduled for summer 2021.

    Quote TANYC about “Beautiful”: “For me, BEAUTIFUL is like ‘coming home’. I captured this feeling in this song and thus created the opportunity for myself to be able to access it anytime and anywhere. This song strengthens me and at the same time it reminds me that you don’t need much to be happy. ”

    Release: 04 June 2021
    Media: Streaming & Digital GAOM067BE
    Label: Gentle Art Of Music
    Vertrieb: Soulfood Music

    TANYC: vocals
    Stephan Weiser: grand piano
    Kalle Wallner: guitars
    Heiko Jung: bass
    Yogi Lang: keys

    01) Beautiful

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  3. Faster (Single)

    TANYC | Faster

    TANYC erschien TANYC appeared on the music scene in October last year. The debut single “Smile” of the elf-like Austrian combined digitalism with organic music and, above all, presented a unique voice that floated through the soundscapes and orchestrations like a full-fledged instrument. The crystal-clear produced song marked the first step on TANYC’s journey on the way to her album, which is scheduled for summer 2021.
    Now the second release appears with “Faster” and thematically represents what TANYC would like to stand for, and it stands: uncompromising. Except that their uncompromising attitude is not lived out fatalistically or even aggressively, but meditatively, intimately, passionately and deeply. While “Smile” intoned the devotion to follow the forces of her inner voice, “Faster” spreads this complex topic.
    Last but not least, TANYC conveys a healthy egoism, because here the selfless service of the listener and the obligation to be completely one with oneself coexist. If songs like “Faster” are created, Carmen Tannich a.k.a. TANYC confidently look over this selfishness.
    “Faster” will be released on February 5th, 2021 on all digital platforms. In addition, a high-quality video was produced, which on the one hand puts the full focus on TANYC, on the other hand uses kaleidoscopic projections and thus optically implements this universal flow: the I in the interplay with the universe, pathos and closeness dance with each other, sometimes entwined, sometimes entranced.
    That sounds more esoteric and much heavier than it might be, because TANYC has undoubtedly learned to surf her flow with ease, grace and elegance.

    Release: 5 February 2021
    Media: Streaming & Digital GAOM067FA
    Label: Gentle Art Of Music
    Distribution: Soulfood Music

    TANYC: vocals
    Kalle Wallner: guitars, bass, keys, programming
    Yogi Lang: keys, programming

    01) Faster

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  4. Smile (Single)

    TANYC | SMILE

    TANYC “It’s so easy to keep a smile on my face” – based on the kill them with kindness principle, TANYC defies all negative vibes in their first single. It almost seems as if she has all the answers for uncertain times. At least she makes it unmistakably clear that she is exclusively following her own northing: “by the order of my inner voice” it says in the chorus and it is so ethereally raptured, but at the same time determined and concrete. Above all, however, it sticks in the listener’s head, this song is magnetic and it’s difficult to get rid of, but above all because you don’t want to. “Smile”, for which an elaborate video was produced, is TANYC’s first public sign of life and it sounds so experienced and monumental that you can hardly believe you are dealing with a newcomer. This may be true under this project name, but Carmen Tannich is anything but a stranger per se. As one half of CAMA, she’s already celebrated major hits with a handful of songs, but this is all about her. Here TANYC has lived out her own pop vision, a marriage of electronica, high quality songwriting and organic elements such as guitars and this voice that dominates everything here. The lavishly opulent vocal arrangements show the palette of timbres that TANYC paints here on her music easel, she understands her voice as an instrument, as a choir, as an orchestra and apparently all at the same time. “Smile” is the harbinger of an entire album that is scheduled for early summer 2021 and will be released on 23 October 2020 on all streaming portals. And given the news, the approaching winter and looking back on a crazy year, this single is a glistening ray of hope, deep power and positivity. That sounds more esoteric than it is, rather “Smile” is a very high quality, grown-up pop song from a master’s hand, which even now releases itself into many ears, lives and emotions.

    Release: 23 Oct 2020
    Media: Streaming & Digital GAOM067SM
    Label: Gentle Art Of Music
    Distribution: Soulfood Music
    TANYC: vocals
    Kalle Wallner: guitars, bass, keys & programming
    Yogi Lang: keys & programming
    01) Smile
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