Cymphonic & Vintage H - Post Mortem Investigations (Databloem)

Started by Stainless, December 19, 2010, 04:12:06 AM

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Dear people,

A new Databloem album is born: Cymphonic & Vintage H : post mortem investigations.

Three years after the highly acclaimed Strataradialis album Cymphonic (Stanley Swinkels from The Netherlands) is back with a special album, created together with his father. In this unique project two generations work together with heart and mind to convert sound into an audiomovie experience, which covers the whole spectrum of atmospheric ambient music. Their story is told through spacious drones, surrounded by flocks of cinematic textures and heavenly voices. The first soundtrack, Post Mortem Investigations, guides you through possible stages of a Near Death Experience. The second titled Notturno, invites you to a synaesthetic panorama of the night. Depending on the state of ones attention, the listener can actively search and explore the music or take a more introvert position in receiving it. What will this album induce in you?

"Congratulation for this musical gem you created, this is a stunning album".
(Vincent Villuis/ULTIMAE)

Thank you for your time!  :)


Hi Stan !!!

Thank you so much for your announcement, excerpts on Databloem sound absolutely exciting, it looks like another masterwork from Cymphonic, great work from you and your father!!! I am looking forward to ordering it from Dennis. Friendly greetings from Slovakia!!!



Hallo Richard,
Thanks for your nice words :)!
I hope you'll enjoy this album.
All the best,


I got this a week ago and have listened to it a lot. Very nice work again.
Strataradialis is one of my favourite albums of all time and I was worried that my hopes were too high, however I was not disappointed with this album. Very immersive, quality stuff  :)


Yes, I am really enjoying it too and can only agree with Abasio's words, a very immersive journey!!! Right now with my headphones on I am diving into "Notturno-Evening"... absolutely amazing!!! Great work, Stanley & Harry!!!