Rebecca De Winter – Return Of The Nord

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She’s back. Rebecca De Winter, a new British music talent who’s destined soon to break through to the mainstream, dropped us an email to let us know about her brand new single, “Higher Skies’ (Sad Songs)”. We highlighted Rebecca’s debut single and video a few months ago here at DV Mag after she got in touch initially to thank DV247 for some great service when supplying her ‘lovely’ new Nord Clavia Piano.

Taken from her debut (and as yet I believe, criminally un-signed) album, this new song is as enchanting as her first offering. The sensory experience of Rebecca De Winter is akin to opening an old wardrobe door and stepping into a fairytale land of almost childlike, certainly retrospective, fantasy. And not only is Rebecca herself back on our radar, so is her Nord Piano.

In her previous single, she played a creaky old Steinway, reserving the new Nord for her live stage performances. But this time, the red sleek lines of the Clavia are front and forward as we check the video out to see this talented new star, delicately tinkling the ivories.

I have no doubt that Rebecca will indeed cross over to national and international success, perhaps maybe following her appearance on a forthcoming Jools Holland show – is someone at his office paying attention?! For now though and via the video below, I’ll leave you to enjoy yet again this wonderfully gifted singer/song-writer and, please, do keep an eye and ear out for all she produces via the Rebecca De Winter reverbnation page.

More Info and Current Pricing of the Nord Clavia Piano at DV247.com

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Paul Dakeyne is a DJ/Producer who has dedicated the past two decades of his life to dance music production and DJ'ing. For six years, he toured globally for the world famous Ministry of Sound and has played DJ sets for the likes of U2 and for the legendary, Kraftwerk, Although remixing around 250 records in his career, as an artist in his own right, Paul landed one of dance music's seminal crossover moments with his "18 Strings' monster hit by Tinman - scoring a UK top ten in 1994. He also co-wrote and produced the music for BBC's Watchdog and Crimewatch when they were both revamped in 2001 and '06 respectively. His other career highlights have included an A&R stint for Mercury Records, lecturing in 'DJ culture and music technology' and creating mash-up mixes for Radio 1's, Chris Moyles. Paul joined the DV group in 2003 leading to his role as blog and feature author here at the DV Mag.

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