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06/15 – 06/22 (#FF032)

chapter 32 – precious panoply

hello.
it’s time again for some musical output. the output and some words about the promulgators of the output. it is nearly the end of the month june, and things are working out. while it is actually the main period of festival activities, we’re still occupied (well, part of us) with school, some housework & concept writing. but with the music, everything is easier to be done (especially the housework). yet again, we had a pleasure on the endeavor on the web-universe. these are our results:
chapter 32, we say hello!

1.V О V A – XII

first song, and we have here a new artist in the solar mountain ridge roster: ‘vova’. ‘vova’, aka pagan rome (as soundcloud says), is an ambient producer that magically appeared approximately 4 months ago. her productions mainly are ambient, combined with experimental electronic. the atmosphere she likes to create: a deep, sentimental piece of artistic influx. the song we did put on this part of the anthology is what meticulously describes the identity of vova. ‘xii’ is the epiphany of the artist’s style of creation. we’re happy that we have found the artist and pleased to follow here path of musical evolvement. meanwhile, feel free to check the release, fetch the copy on the yume collective soundcloud page. give her a like, a follow and afterwards listen to the song again.

follow vova:
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2.Soular Order – Breathe Me (feat. Oneira)

‘breathe me’ is a song by manchester-based jon maynard, aka ‘soular order’. the track is part of the recently released extended play ‘unearth’ on his own electronic label ‘citybynight’. for a small fee of 3 pounds, 4,17 euros or 4,75 dollars, the extended play can be yours. to talk more precisely about the song: an ambient track with elements of hip hop, trip hop – ‘breathe me’ is definitely the piece we like the most of the release. when the vocals of the french artist ‘oneira’ came in, we’ve been bedazzled for the rest of the song. a crisp composition, fused with an impeccable & seraphic voice is what brings up some goosebumps. we’d like to talk more about the song, but that would be redundant. instead, we’d like to invite you to check the whole ‘scenery’ of the ‘unearth ep’, give a like, buy that album, listen to it, and buy it again!

follow soular order:
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follow oneira:
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3.Porter Robinson – Lionhearted (Alejandro Flip)

‘worlds’ by porter robinson was definitely one of the most anticipated albums of the last year, its spectrum went from experimental electronic to the trenchant and filthy robinson-esque electro house. one of the first tracks that were released before the lp finally arrived was ‘lionhearted’. well, normally public’s opinion, or let’s say, the utmost of them, was that beautiful pieces of music should never be remixed-reinterpreted by someone. albeit here, dear audience, we can make an exception. by giving the song a future-bass-esque ‘facelift’, netherland-based ‘alejandro’ did a mellifluous re-interpretation, which actually needed to be on your playlist. immediately. whether it is about the refix of the melo-composition, the crispy drums or the nugget of a bassline, all what we can do is to smile and do some somersaults (mentally & physically). to talk a little bit about the young producer: straight from limburg, netherlands, the sixteen year old alejandro is the youngest artist we have ever featured on this website. do us a favor, give him a like, fetch a copy and listen to the piece of pulchritude!

follow alejandro:
only on soundcloud

4.Jahn Rome – Sugar & Salt (Prod. Alicks)

jahn rome, a phildelphia-based rapper, recently put out a long-play on his acc. the title: ‘from here’. the song we’d like to talk about: ‘sugar & salt’. produced by ambient-music producer ‘alicks’ (who comes straight from the US), you can definitely feel the intention of rome’s lyrics. rhymes about loneliness, emptiness, giddiness, the inner conflict & the state of awe – these words definitely describe the meaning of the song, but do us a favor, and press play and let the music surpass your aural den. the song, the meaning, the idea, the flow – all these things need time to bring up the full spectrum of the ‘from here’ long play. we definitely like music that tell us a story about something, something that happened in the past or is going to be in the future. rome’s long play definitely deserves a feature on this site. feel free to listen to the whole album, follow the artists and fetch a copy of it.

follow jahn rome:
on facebook
on soundcloud
on twitter

follow alicks:
on facebook
on soundcloud
on twitter

5.Jovani Occomy – Telescope Eyes (Ft. San Soma)

‘telescope eyes’ is a song that was written & composed by huntsville, alabama-based artist ‘jovani occomy’. the song gives you the perfect example of ‘songs that are basically perfect by the beginning’. a sole voice is sufficient, put a guitar into the kettle, and we have a soothy song. albeit, occomy collaborated here with chicago-based artist ‘san soma’, so that makes 2 voices, perfectly matched to create a lush-and-alleviative atmosphere. fortunately, the song is available as a free download on the occomy’s soundcloud page – so be sure, to fetch a copy, check the other demos & releases on her acc, and do us a favor and share some love by giving a follow. thank you!

follow jovani occomy:
on facebook
on soundcloud
on twitter

follow san soma:
on facebook
on soundcloud

be sure to check our updates, the posted pictures by the featured artists and of course, their rest of their discographies. ok. bye.

le fin..
..oh btw

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the end of the tale, but not of this book.

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