Gregor McEwan Gregor McEwan Berlin http://www.gregormcewan.com/info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org booking: email@example.com ++ an excerpt of the springtime press release by Linus Volkmann You are just taken by the emotional depths of these songs. Gregor McEwan enhances them with this kind of varied sound aesthetic proves that this Berliner-by-choice is one of a kind. These are obscenely expertly performed songs, an essence. Maybe McEwan has never before presented his art with this kind of focus. These tunes are a sensation! All this adrenaline, this joy, this melancholy inundating the listener. This is what this kind of music should be about - and nothing else. Every time I listen to it I am exhausted. Thank you for that! ++ an excerpt of the summertime press release by Bernd Begemann Gregor McEwan is relasing four EPs and each EP contains four songs about all four seasons. Spring and fall have already come and gone. Now it’s time for SUMMER, baby! The best season of all with everything in full bloom… You are pumping the brandnew Summer Breeze EP, you are moving to the beat and you are at the beach RIGHT NOW! ++ an excerpt of the autumn/fall press release by Jörkk Mechenbier Gregor McEwan succeeds again and again in evoking great feelings of being wrapped in warm melodiousness, far away from the whiny clichés many others use to create such an atmosphere. Every song has its own drama and depth, each one blessed with a different perspective on Ups & Downs, Love & Hate and Dos & Don'ts. Written from a life lived with an open heart and even more open eyes. ++ an excerpt of the wintertime press release by Kati von Schwerin With the Winter Sleep EP by Gregor McEwan, we get what we really need right now: Four beautiful songs that invite us to leave the daily hustle and bustle behind us with a warm drink and a warm woollen blanket and to reconcile a little with our winter blues. And even if the Wintertime EP comes along with rather subdued arrangements and perfectly captures the gloom of this time of year, it still warms your heart, because McEwan's voice creates a comforting warmth that is often missed elsewhere.