Martin Brugger
Music For Video Stores

26,00

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why we love this

There is something about this album that makes it feel like the sonic equivalent to a conceptual piece of art: its colors, its textures, the way it invites you to explore, question, and dream. Every track has its own hue, shape, and direction, and yet there is a sense of musical symmetry throughout.

about the record

On his debut album producer and Squama co-founder Martin Brugger hovers through ambient, (upbeat) downbeat and unfulfilled build-ups. Conceptualized as a blank soundtrack, the music was sent to fellow artists who shared their visual and verbal associations which became the source for the artwork and track titles, effectively making the album a collective effort.

Evident in all of his recent projects is Brugger‘s passion for working and thriving within closely set limits. The only audio sources in the process of making the album were his record player and a Dave Smith Prophet 08 synthesizer. In an antithesis to most sample-based music, Brugger takes the more ephemeral moments of recorded music and uses pitching tools to dive deeper into the sound and bare layers that normally remain unheard.

  1. A1 - Flat On The Water's Surface 4:09
  2. A2 - E 79th 3:31
  3. A3 - Reykjavik Syndrome 3:37
  4. A4 - Suburban Home From A Hill 3:55
  5. A5 - A Presence Of Light 3:39
  6. B1 - Good Intentions 5:42
  7. B2 - Back Around 5 Pm 5:03
  8. B3 - Scanner 4:40
  9. B4 - From Where Our Signals Return 5:48

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Martin Brugger
Music For Video Stores

26,00

in stock

  1. A1 - Flat On The Water's Surface 4:09
  2. A2 - E 79th 3:31
  3. A3 - Reykjavik Syndrome 3:37
  4. A4 - Suburban Home From A Hill 3:55
  5. A5 - A Presence Of Light 3:39
  6. B1 - Good Intentions 5:42
  7. B2 - Back Around 5 Pm 5:03
  8. B3 - Scanner 4:40
  9. B4 - From Where Our Signals Return 5:48

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

why we love this

There is something about this album that makes it feel like the sonic equivalent to a conceptual piece of art: its colors, its textures, the way it invites you to explore, question, and dream. Every track has its own hue, shape, and direction, and yet there is a sense of musical symmetry throughout.

about the record

On his debut album producer and Squama co-founder Martin Brugger hovers through ambient, (upbeat) downbeat and unfulfilled build-ups. Conceptualized as a blank soundtrack, the music was sent to fellow artists who shared their visual and verbal associations which became the source for the artwork and track titles, effectively making the album a collective effort.

Evident in all of his recent projects is Brugger‘s passion for working and thriving within closely set limits. The only audio sources in the process of making the album were his record player and a Dave Smith Prophet 08 synthesizer. In an antithesis to most sample-based music, Brugger takes the more ephemeral moments of recorded music and uses pitching tools to dive deeper into the sound and bare layers that normally remain unheard.

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