alan hanslik…

Alan is a multi-instrumentalist musician, composer, and producer. Writing Dramatic, Romantic, Edgy and Unconventional music in New Age, Electronic, Ambient, Contemporary Classical and Soundtrack genres. Alan produces his own music along with his band - ‘Hanslik & Moniz Experiment. Alan also composes soundtracks for Film, Features and Movies.


NEWS

Read the latest review of Precious Memory from BT Fasmer of New Age Music Guide -

Hear an Interview with Alan on his latest release - Precious Memory on One World Music Radio from the UK.

Read the Album review here -


You can hear Precious Memory and Space Anomaly on NewAge Music Guide and Live 365 Radio.


Hear all of Alan’s music on Spotify

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Stream & Download Alan’s music on these sites-

24-7, 8 Tracks, Alibaba, AMI Entertainment, Awa Distribution, Deezer, Facebook Fingerprinting, Google Music, iMusica, Juno, KKBOX, LINE Music, Napster, Neurotic Media, Saavn, 7 Digital, Akazoo, Amazon MP3, Audiomack, Beatport, EOS, Facebook Music, iHeartRadio, iTunes, Kanjian, LEEWAY, MediaNet, NetEase, RX Music, Shazam, Slacker, SoundExchange, Tidal, Uma Music, VidZone, Youtube Music, Zvook, Soundcloud, Spotify, TouchTunes, VerveLife, YouTube, Youtube Publishing, Pandora.


Purchase Alan’s music at these stores-

Amazon, Target, ImportCDs, Google Play, CCMusic and at any of your favorite retailers that sell CD’s.

or Directly from Alan’s record label site - OnaiMusic Recordings


Space Anomaly by Alan Hanslik


Precious Memory by Alan Hanslik

Precious Memory has been a real breath of fresh air, one that has blown away the cobwebs of the ambient electronic music genre with such skill and dexterity. I needed to go on this musical voyage of bliss today, and I can also see that this is going to be one of those rare albums that will probably never leave my side, I rate it that highly. If you are a fan of pure ambience within music, then you are going to fall head over heels in love with Precious Memory by Alan Hanslik.


Friendly Planet by Hanslik & Moniz Experiment