Pop Ambient 2013
Download links and information about Pop Ambient 2013. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to New Age, Electronica genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 56:00 minutes.
|Genre:||New Age, Electronica|
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|1.||Cuando El Sol Grita La Mañana (Leandro Fresco)||5:36|
|2.||Sully (Wolfgang Voigt Mix) (Michael Mayer)||4:58|
|3.||Deutz Air 2 (Jens - Uwe Beyer)||5:30|
|4.||Jean Vigo (Triola)||4:20|
|5.||Point of No Return (Marsen Jules)||5:44|
|6.||Recombination (Mikkel Metal)||5:25|
|7.||Ambianopolis (Anton Kubikov)||5:13|
|8.||Rueckverzauberung 7 (Wolfgang Voigt)||7:48|
|9.||El Cruce Imposible (Leandro Fresco)||7:31|
|10.||Cirrus Minor (Terrapin)||3:55|
It's easy to listen to the latest entry in Kompakt's Pop Ambient series several times without feeling like anything's sunk in. That's kinda the point, though—as with every carefully curated compilation before it, this one's designed to heighten your senses and numb your surroundings to the point of utter incoherence. Most of the tracks meld into one smooth, gelatinous whole, leaving certain songs to stand out like a soft kiss or a sudden slap on the wrist. Take Marsen Jules' contribution. Arriving at the end of Side A, "Point of No Return" jettisons the gentle flow of the last four tracks for a jarring rush of fire and ice. That doesn't diminish what came before it; if anything, it enhances it in the same way that the album's final selection (the Pink Floyd cover "Cirrus Minor") is a perfect bookend to the neo-classical invocations of Wolfgang Voigt and Anton Kubikov and the taffy-like drone tones of Leandro Fresco. Fittingly, the last sounds we hear are happy birds, lulling us to sleep until we revisit the record yet again.