[Kahvi Collective Audio Sculptors - fa8 V3] #442: Nautilus / Nautilus - Kahvi Collective Electronic Vibes
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08:00 12.05.21
Phred wrote:
FTP is no longer supported by Firefox, so I can't download anymore :( the micksam7 mirrors don't work either.
07:00 29.04.21
Brylie wrote:
Wow! I'm really glad to see the Kahvi Collective back online :-)
08:06 28.03.21
4T wrote:
We don't have any control over how long it takes to move the release to the correct place on Scene.org unfortunately.
19:09 25.03.21
Phred wrote:
For the past few releases, it always takes a few days before the downloads work, is scene.org being difficult?
09:31 5.03.21
ruenoak wrote:
Great to see the site back up I've missed it
02:17 9.02.21
4T wrote:
No, there is no direct way to contact artists.
07:17 8.02.21
Bobe-On wrote:
Hey KahviCollective, is there a way to contact the artist directly, such as by email, and such as to send them a song-edit for fun?
07:11 8.02.21
Bobe-On wrote:
Using Audacity, I kind of trance-ified Wolandroid's Blind Touch. Very nice! ^u^
09:25 9.01.21
Cuc wrote:
Glad you're back! (Again.)
03:44 26.12.20
4T wrote:
Mirror links no longer work, only ogg/mp3 links
   
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#254: Curious Inversions / Whom
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 8
 
If you think this release has a familiar sound and feeling, you'd be right - Curious Inversions is the alter-ego of Introspective. After all his equipment was previously stolen from his studio, he's now got some new hardware and software and Whom is the result.

An eight track ep containing some outstanding works, not so ambient as in his past life but certainly featuring some stronger themes (Antibiotic Resistance being one to mention).

If you're a fan of Jean Michel Jarre, check the heavily influenced (and perhaps so named) track In the Scholars Wake.

A great, flowing ebb of electronic sound from start to finish, welcome back Curious Inversions!
   
 
 
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