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Seren Ffordd & Oophoi | Dreaming Waters (201?)
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Here we have top-quality Berlin-school electronics composed in unique Roach-style. Spacey and airy sound, perfect selection of hypnotic sequences and harmonic ambient accompaniment, and not a trace of trite parts… Being not that sharp and edgey but still dynamic, music-wise «Spiral Meditations» correspond their title really well. Awesome release!
P.S. And what a boundless beauty and warm cosy atmosphere opens to the listener with the first track «Consumed By Sunlight».. Such a wonderful miracle! - 121
I just recently purchased a used Klaus Wiese's Soma cd for $43.97....
Some of Klaus' classic albums (Space, Vision, and more) are reissued by Aquamarin/Silenzio recently, and are easily available for reasonable price.
I have to say that overall situation with copyrights of Klaus' recordings is quite difficult, and neither heir apparents not lawyers don't allow to reissue his legacy. With Gigi's untimely passing Umbra seems to be no more, so there are no legal sources of Wiese's music… at least I can hardly imagine who might be responsible for such Bandcamp site with FLAC-downloads of his music (especially self-released stuff).
I have heard of KLEM, thank you for your interest.
I have been working on a new album for a few years now... moving very slow. Im hoping I will be ready to release it the middle of next year. It will probably be more "ambient" than my last CD "Stories from the Forest", but Im still exploring ideas.
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Its located here....
Best wishes to you !
"Recorded in 1999-2002, but only now published for the first time, a full-length album authoritative Ural project. Three tracks, bound semantic interference with three poems Georgi Ivanov that remain after a "hysterical fit of an atomic / All spray in a blaze of blue." Black hum of space vacuum and ice shine monumental electronic melodies. "Only the yellow dawn, / Only Star icy / Only for millions of years." Color cover, disc with tape, three attachments with verses Ivanov. "