Versal is releasing his latest, “Versal Volume 2”, a hybrid of an orchestral and electronic instrumental album.

Javier Velez, professionally known as Versal, is releasing an orchestral-influenced multi-genre album, “Versal Volume 2”.

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, December 18, 2021 / – Houston, TX-based composer Javier Velez’s latest album, “Versal Volume 2,” is an instrumental and calming hybrid album that will appeal to sure to listeners. Ambient and uplifting in nature, the rhythmic sounds and soothing arrangements of the 8-track project heal while transporting listeners to a world of instrumental enjoyment that is sure to be on a variety of playlists.

Javier Velez comes from a vast musical background. He plays a wide range of musical instruments such as flute, trombone, classical guitar, piano, trumpet and organ; and started composing at the age of 13 and had his first recording studio experience at the age of 14. At 20, he led and organized a bell choir in Puerto Rico and entered the music industry.

“Versal Volume 2” stuns with a variety of sounds ranging from peaceful romantic to abrasive brass pieces featured on Kind of Pink and The Guardians of Montserrat and is imbued with classical and meditative influences that will expose listeners to a wide range of genres without limits. Produced in Javier’s home studio and on his grand piano, the album beautifully retains an overall tone while varying from song to song.

” Versal Volume 2 ” is available on all major music platforms including Spotify, YouTube, and Soundcloud. Visit the Versal website and Facebook to learn more about its efforts.

About Versal
Javier Velez was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and composes music without words. He has also worked on film and documentary projects as a director, cinematographer, editor, songwriter, sound designer, CGI artist, colorist, and dialogue and concept editor. In addition, Javier creates the illustrations for his albums, including the logo, font and concept. He enjoys orchestral music from all eras and various genres, including pop. Javier believes that in its purest form, musical abstraction transcends languages, borders, cultures, ages, races, thus uniting us all and making music truly universal. Its objective is to compose and produce music that combines several genres, instruments and techniques to transmit the rhythm of life that accompanies it. Javier concludes that the music is ultimately an abstraction and that adding lyrics only defeats the point. Javier says, “It’s like looking at a Jackson Pollock painting or a beautiful landscape; no need to define or explain what it is, it’s just.

“I hope this music will bring you as much joy as it gave me to compose and produce it. May all beings be joyful! – Versal

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