Tropisch Verlangen

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why we love this

Restless rhythms flow into spellbinding soundscapes, animated by the spirited cadence of folk chants and instruments. Overflowing with optimism, this album is a clarion call for an adventure.

about the record

After traveling to India, Indonesia, and Thailand in his younger days, Cybe released three cassette tapes. "Tropisch Verlangen” compiles a series of ten wonderful handcrafted analogue electronics from those tapes, sounding like lush fields of electronic wheat swaying in voltage controlled wind. It reads as a musical travelogue from a Dutch musician from Haarlem, who listened to way too much gong and went searching for inspiration, sound recordings, and instruments in the East in the early '80s.

  1. 1 - Can You Hear The Rooster Crow 1:12
  2. 2 - Om Swastiastu 4:01
  3. 3 - Bali Pulau Bagus 2:45
  4. 4 - The Moon Is Shining Above The Ricefields 4:12
  5. 5 - Zen-Zai 5:52
  6. 6 - The Running Water 4:19
  7. 7 - Muzak Paintings Positive Movement Part 2 No. 3 2:33
  8. 8 - India 15:27
  9. 9 - China Town 1:55
  10. 10 - Loi Krathong 3:17

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Tropisch Verlangen

23,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Can You Hear The Rooster Crow 1:12
  2. 2 - Om Swastiastu 4:01
  3. 3 - Bali Pulau Bagus 2:45
  4. 4 - The Moon Is Shining Above The Ricefields 4:12
  5. 5 - Zen-Zai 5:52
  6. 6 - The Running Water 4:19
  7. 7 - Muzak Paintings Positive Movement Part 2 No. 3 2:33
  8. 8 - India 15:27
  9. 9 - China Town 1:55
  10. 10 - Loi Krathong 3:17

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

Restless rhythms flow into spellbinding soundscapes, animated by the spirited cadence of folk chants and instruments. Overflowing with optimism, this album is a clarion call for an adventure.

about the record

After traveling to India, Indonesia, and Thailand in his younger days, Cybe released three cassette tapes. "Tropisch Verlangen” compiles a series of ten wonderful handcrafted analogue electronics from those tapes, sounding like lush fields of electronic wheat swaying in voltage controlled wind. It reads as a musical travelogue from a Dutch musician from Haarlem, who listened to way too much gong and went searching for inspiration, sound recordings, and instruments in the East in the early '80s.

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