My basecamp music of all time. Of all the artist i've heard this artist went the deepest into the core of my excistence. He just makes music on another level. Northaunt comes close with his dark ambient anthem album and istid. Especially Aubrite,Permafrost are the resorts he made i dissolve in. This man is pure genius make no mistake.
I like to sleep to his music, hence my amount of scrobbles - it's not that I go everywhere with his music in my headphones, even if I wanted to... So de La Luz it's nice to sleep to. but not that much great album anyway.
so, let's see, according to you logic: you've only scrobbled him SEVEN times, mostly all of them this year (around may, when you posted this) and yet here you are... your lack of scrobbles didnt stop you from posting here as if you were the biggest fan (nor it should since it shouldnt matter) just as his bunch of scrobbles dont necessarily mean it's really his cup of tea :)
I was wondering not hating! :D I only listen to his music on Youtube, so I wasn't that impressed, and yeah I'm not his biggest fan. and I only scrubbled Permafrost because it was on my friend playlist. Maybe I'm missing out, recommend something to get me into his music?
I saw his installation in Paris.Very clever, but the most clever multimedia installation can't replace the presence of the artist.
Ujjaya & Patrick Parola : "Rencontre"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZlZlFRdpXo
Thanks for telling. Never knew that even though it's one of my favourite tracks from Köner. What I like about the technique is that the piano doesn't sound so notable. If there was a basic piano sound, it would just seem kinda "cheesy" in my opinion.