Francisco Domnguez

Francisco Domnguez

Francisco Domnguez


Title
Composer
Bio
Francisco Dominguez is the Los Angeles based composer behind Forest Robots. The idea for Forest Robots evolved over a period of several years, beginning vaguely during Dominguez’s travels to the legendary mountain range of Sierra Nevada. There he was inspired by the natural landscapes to compile a collection of photos and narratives of his experiences, which then inspired the composing of the music adding the final ingredient to Forest Robots. Following the birth of his daughter, Dominguez was driven to use this art to teach her about the beauty and importance of nature. After the critical success of the debut album “Supermoon Moonlight Part One” earlier this year (3//30/2018), Dominguez returns with the follow up album "Timberline and Mountain Crest" 12/07/2018. On this follow up, Dominguez continues his message on the importance of establishing a deep connection with Nature with an even wider sound palette. While the first album included a strong dynamic between electronic and orchestral music references, on this second effort Dominguez makes room to include synthwave, soul and funk while still retaining some orchestral elements-call it Orchestral or Ambient R&B. Much like the first album, “Timberline and Mountain Crest” is cinematic in scope but while “Supermoon” may have taken place within a forest, this follow up steps outside the timberline to explore new heights.
Website
Location
California

Recent Submissions

Francisco Domnguez submitted media.

Tom Johnson

The track's really nice, the first half especially where it's more string focused. Think you'd be best going down the electronic/neo-classical route to promote it as it is quite niche in terms of what the more mainstream blogs/sites tend to cover. Bandcamp has a really healthy scene for this kind of thing, make sure your music is on there and tagged correctly, etc. Maybe use Hype Machine to find sites that have posted about similar artists to yourself and then hit them up personally. It's a nice track though, good luck with it. 


Following (0)