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Songs For Travelling - Kellerkind Berlin

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    Some new Tracks and some older Tracks. Fitting for Travelling ... From Berlin School to Ambient.
    Track Listings:
    1. Restrained Prelude 10:02
    2. Spätsommermorgen 13:10
    3. Develoope 09:17
    4. Durchreise 13:40
    5. Simple Notes 12:35
    6. In Gedanken 12:08
    Total Time: 1:10:52
    Artist Name(s):
    Kellerkind Berlin
    Producer(s):
    Kissing Sounds
    Release Year: 2016
    Style:
    Ambient, Berlin
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, Digital / Download
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Christian Gorsky
    Engineer(s): Christian Gorsky
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Kissing Sounds
    Catalog Number(s):
    KS-KKB-CD-001
    Location:
    Kissing, Germany
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Jack Hertz

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Just got my CD of this album and have been playing it the last two days, non-stop. While this album sits firmly in the Berlin style. Kellerkind Berlin takes the motif a bit further with interesting timbres and synth leads occasionally replaced by guitar. This is done with perfect balance, taking up the right amount of space without changing it so much that we lose track of the Berlin goodness. There's a common, minimalist approach to these tracks. Each one starting out nearly ambient, then growing and building measure by measure. A pattern begins to form and unwind till a grand arrangement blossoms into a warm undulating tapestry of pulsing delight. Fans of Robert Schroeder's early works will find themselves at home in the den of Kellerkind Berlin.

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