Daniel is currently mixing his new album in his home studio. An instrumental ‘all analog’ synth suite provisionally titled ‘120’ (the bpm of the whole album). Estimated release towards the end of 2016. Taster coming soon…
The groove classic ‘Get Carter’, which re-interpretes the legendary theme from the original ‘Get Carter’ film soundtrack, has just been released on Dishoom’s Bombay London Grooves ‘Slip Disc’ compilation album. Originally produced by BB Davis and the Red Orchidstra, the track includes a prominent electric piano contribution by Daniel. Hear it here.
Due to high demand, the Original Soundtrack to Kivu Ruhorahoza’s film has been released as a download only album (CD coming soon). Presented as a 1-hour long track, the ambient/sound-collage/synth piece is available from our Shop.
After Sundance, the TOTAW film by Kivu Ruhorahoza has been officially selected for the Rotterdam (February), Sidney Film Festivals (June) and Durban (July). More to come…
Here are links to a couple of great reviews of ‘Things Of The Aimless Wonderer’ film by Kivu Ruhorahoza scored by Daniel. “… Daniel Biro’s score bellows across the treetops as we become entranced, losing ourselves deeper and deeper into the forest…” Read more. “In a Sundance Film Festival marked by outstanding scores, in […]
Great news! The new film by Rwandan director Kivu Ruhorahoza ‘Things Of The Aimless Wanderer’ for which Daniel wrote the music and sound, has been selected for the ‘New Frontier’ section of the Sundance Film Festival. Daniel will be flying to Utah for the event. See the film’s page on the Sundance website here. Read […]
Daniel’s just finished an all-electronic score for Rwandan director Kivu Ruhorahoza’s new film ‘Things of the Aimless Wanderer’. A surreal film about the sensitive topic of relations between “locals” and Westerners, about paranoia, mistrust, and misunderstandings. A visually atmospheric film with very little dialogue, Ruhorahoza gave Daniel the freedom to experiment in all sonic directions, pushing the […]
Featuring the fantastic Theo Travis on flutes and sax, the debut album by Echo Engine is out now on the Blue Serene Focus label. Echo Engine are an ambient/groove/electronica improv trio formed by keyboardist Daniel Biro, groove-generator/sonic artist Adrian Newton and guitarist Rob Palmer. Biro and Palmer have been working together for many years, playing […]
Daniel’s jazz/rock/psychedelic/prog outfit ‘Mysteries Of The Revolution’ is back with an EP ‘You Turn Me On’. Available now from Amazon and iTunes Features Daniel on keyboards, BB Davis on vocals/flute/percussion, Vincenzo Lamagna on guitar and Jonny Woolnough on bass.
Nice, in-depth review but someone who obviously ‘get’s it’… Thanks! http://idwalfisher.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/daniel-biro-shir-hadath.html “After weeks in the extraction immersion tank the words ‘a-cappella gospel-influenced voices with transcendent electronics’ didn’t exactly set the pulse racing but then I remembered playing Shir Hadash when it first arrived here [in pre extraction immersion tank days about six months ago now] […]