Mapstation
My Frequencies, When We

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why we love this

Whenever we listen to an album by Mapstation, we are always amazed by the dexterity embedded in the sound. “My Frequencies, When We” reinforces this sentiment even more. Though we are listening to machine music, the sound feels incredibly organic and alive.

about the record

The title stumbles along, much like the rhythms gathered here. “My Frequencies, When We” is the eighth Mapstation album Stefan Schneider has released since 2000. Hailing from Düsseldorf, the electronic music artist and producer finds inspiration in African and South American folklore, dub and, naturally, Krautrock, taking his time to process his responses in a consistently thoughtful manner, never resorting to cliché.

  1. 1 - No No Staying 4:07
  2. 2 - Flute Channels 5:17
  3. 3 - My Mother Sailor 5:57
  4. 4 - Outside Arendt 3:10
  5. 5 - Actual Possible 1:30
  6. 6 - Taro Zing Ta 4:26
  7. 7 - To A Single Listener 4:57
  8. 8 - The City In 4:37
  9. 9 - Antistasis 3:34
  10. 10 - Train Of Gerda 1:53

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Mapstation
My Frequencies, When We

23,45

only 3 left

  1. 1 - No No Staying 4:07
  2. 2 - Flute Channels 5:17
  3. 3 - My Mother Sailor 5:57
  4. 4 - Outside Arendt 3:10
  5. 5 - Actual Possible 1:30
  6. 6 - Taro Zing Ta 4:26
  7. 7 - To A Single Listener 4:57
  8. 8 - The City In 4:37
  9. 9 - Antistasis 3:34
  10. 10 - Train Of Gerda 1:53

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why we love this

Whenever we listen to an album by Mapstation, we are always amazed by the dexterity embedded in the sound. “My Frequencies, When We” reinforces this sentiment even more. Though we are listening to machine music, the sound feels incredibly organic and alive.

about the record

The title stumbles along, much like the rhythms gathered here. “My Frequencies, When We” is the eighth Mapstation album Stefan Schneider has released since 2000. Hailing from Düsseldorf, the electronic music artist and producer finds inspiration in African and South American folklore, dub and, naturally, Krautrock, taking his time to process his responses in a consistently thoughtful manner, never resorting to cliché.

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