Thursday, 16 July 2009

Columbia EP [rain011]

Artist: Martin Dot
Catalogue number: rain011
Format: MP3 192kbps
Date: 16-11-2005

Shattered sounds. Organic sounds. Quirky rhythms.
As much and only as much is happening here.
There is no real beat, neither calm ambiences.
There is constantly something happening here.
It is all restless, no time for meditation.
There also some ethnoish sounds. For it to be closer to the Earth.
No possibility of flying high in the sky.
No flying higher than it was already managed to.

01 - Radio Seems To Be Broken
02 - Signals Get Distorted

Stream: low quality high quality
Cover image: rain011

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