Composer, musician, producer, performer.
Steve Gilmore about "Paradigma":.
"...He has presented us with tracks from all the genres I've mentioned and - as a special side treat - even teamed up with Jon Bushaway and Larry Ludwick with The Void (December 2009), and the really surprising thing is that he has had some very high ratings from me. Now I know for a fact that I haven't mellowed with age (Ed: no, he's got a lot, lot worse) which proves that Daniel is an extremely competent musician, arranger, producer, coffee maker et al. So, just by way of a change - as it were - Daniel this time throws us a solid electronica bone to gnaw on. Even, I might add, a dance flavoured electronica bone which kinda mingles yet again another couple of my pet peeves. (Ed: so wtf do you actually like then?)
Paradigma is made with Fruity Loops, Arturia modular system and Antares Tube and being a user of all four of these excellent pieces of kit, I can see that Daniel has again stanped his own special brand on this particular phobia. For a start, it's impressively tough sounding, bulling its way forward like some crazed American footballer, although some of the sounds are a wee bit tinkly, the solid underpinning (which sounds great really loud btw) maintains the pace and flow. There are some great little leads going on throughout the piece and it'll take you a while to decide whether it works or not but as someone who has listened to this a great deal, I'm absolutely sold. Who'd a thought a Brazilian musician could have cured me of so much... Bless you my son....even.
Incredibly tough, driving electronica. Highly Recommended and MUST HAVE for fans"
Steve Gilmore review about Red Bells:
"...He is a skilled musician that's for sure, as any of his tracks would testify. The devil is in the detail and Daniel understands that and does a great job of making it all seem so, so easy...Daniel's strength is twofold: as an arranger/producer and as a musician...MUST HAVE prog rock..."
Steve Gilmore review about Redemption:
"...It feels a whole lot shorter than its three minutes and that's a sure sign I am enjoying a track. Whenever it had finished playing I had the urge to hear it again, just because it sounded so damn good the first time round...In this case, thank God, we have an orchestra that actually sounds like an orchestra... Daniel Eboli is a very welcome to the cluster of World artists I would listen to voluntarily and seeing as this is the first track I have ever reviewed from him - shame on me. Nonetheless after an introduction as powerful as Redemption you can bet I'm going to watching very closely from now on. Excellent work all round, great ideas, wonderfully realised sounds and a sense of fidelity that fits like a glove. Highly Recommended World music."
Chris Fewell about "Red Bells":
"...All I have to say is, BRILLIANT. This is a truly brilliant song. From beginning to end, I love the way it's complex, but not unnecessarily so, you go through all the builds and extended sections in a way that makes sense and it purposeful. This song feels RIGHT...it's really really REALLY cool..."
The frankfurtdialogcompany about Redemption:
"... This gives the whole piece a very different vibe than a usual film score would offer.I liked the orchestra TUTTI a lot, the arp synth, but also the lead instrument I dont have a name for.You
are a true composer!"
Steve Gilmore about "The Void":
"...Daniel Eboli, on the other hand, has shown himself to be an inspired musician who isn't afraid to experiment in his own right... Daniel is on a New Age groove on The Void (vocals by Larry, poetry courtesy of Jon Bushaway) and although the music is definitely Daniel's, the ethos and feeling is definitely Ludwick and Bushaway. A very convincing demonstration... See, I have become very used to the sound and texture of the new Dead Company and to hear it set against Daniel's space-y, intricate melodies is - to my ears - delightful... Highly Recommended (if doomy) experimental poetry."
Rasworld about "Sapiens Ludens":
"...Very beautiful piece of music as always from you. the key work is exceptional...I have no complaint or suggestion...this is perfect as is...its solid and beautiful and was a delight to listen to..."
Steve Gilmore about "Spazio":
"...What makes Spazio a decent listening experience is the sheer attention to detail that Daniel brings to the party; his arrangements and his absolutely faultless choice of instrument and/or sound to put the point across. ...There again if you like the genre, you will absolutely love the quiet stillness that is at the centre of this track. Excellent...Highly Recommended New Age"
Jordan Miles (US) about "Redemption":
"...this song, is INCREDIBLE! ...You make amazing music. I'm a big fan of Enya, and Yanni, and Patrick O'hearn and New age type music, and this is great! Keep it up!"
frankfurtdialogcompany about "The Void feat Larry Ludwick":
"...this is very strong and at the same time its a concept I really appreciate. Narrative, poems put in music. Our forefathers have been doing this... You two really contribute here at front... This it great!"
karmapoliceuk about "Drowning at Marilyas Lake":
"...This is brilliant songwriting, reminds me slightly of something I would expect to hear on a Vangelis film soundtrack."
Ian Dadon about "Andromeda":
"...Great performance by Daniel....he knows what to put, where to put it, and he has this certain style to him, this majestic, echoish music that is quite uplifting...Excellenteeee track! Check out Daniels music...it will get you in some sort of mood...thats for damn sure."
Rascal Theorist about "Monadas"
"I was impressed from the first note..sheesh...such wonderful sounds and textures...i would like to make music like this at some point...this reminds me of Mannheim Steamroller...great stuff to sit and relax or reflect to...the production is top notch as always..definitely a new entry into my faves..."
Larry Ludwick about "Red Bells":
"...This piece is of course well done and dynamic. I am truly impressed with the sound you are getting on your recordings..."
Steve Gilmore about Monadas:
'...Daniel, like a lot of artists tries to give you a flavour of the track you are hearing and comments 'A dream, the space like water, floating, I can fly, I can see the beginning, behind, I am the end... ' which - to my mind - pretty much covers the whole spectrum of being......you'll also know the quality of work that Daniel delivers far outweighs any mere prejudice people like me come pre-loaded with. The fact is, I like this musician, not because of what he does but because of the WAY he does it... ..."
Parker Files About "Insomnia":
"...Overall though man. I gotta say. I really dig this. Something really resonates when you know that the person who made this did it and loved doing it..."
frankfurtdialogcompany about The Ringtones Project:
"...what a cool project...right now Im professionally involved in the redesign of German national radio hr-iNFO that Ive been working for like 20 years now as anchor, editor, and at the moment chief layouter.
Mission Impossible IV
Lots of energy, a bit late 80ish I would say. Very good synth arrangement and the biting guitar builts a great stage!
Rocking thing with odd meter and fluttering bass. WILD!
Up tempo art rock piece that will wake up every one who cares to listen as long as the cell is on LOUD!
All the grandeur of southern ROCK in some 15 secs or so. A headbanger!
Mick the Martian
How bout some fusion as a ringtone. Very interesting piece!
Maison des Freakz
A cousing of Mick with stronger focus on guitar!
Here comes the piece for Hammond fans. Wakes you up!
Contact Over Now URGENT URGENT!
Now for the guitar heroes!
Fool of You
Quick synths and a fast rocking guitars, ending in a breakdown!"