[Kahvi Collective Audio Sculptors - fa8 V3] #442: Nautilus / Nautilus - Kahvi Collective Electronic Vibes
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12:13 24.08.21
4T wrote:
FTP is being updated, should work again after that.
07:11 20.08.21
starquake wrote:
FTP doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Connection reset.
08:20 27.07.21
4T wrote:
You can use the music for non-commercial uses as long as you give correct credits for the music
20:47 25.07.21
Myron Gaines wrote:
Would I be allowed to use Kahvi music as background music in a (free) video released on odysee.com?
02:35 13.05.21
4T wrote:
Micksam mirrors disappeared a while ago. You'll have to use an FTP client
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
   
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#294: Frederik Behr / Glass Marble
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 6
 
An interesting release arrives at #294 from guest artist 'Frederik Behr'. Glass Marble is interesting in the way that there is several different styles apparent throughout the 39 minutes playing time, but instead of different styles in different tracks, different styles are combined.

Starting off with a subtle (but seriously addictive) piano melody in the 'Alleyways' which you'll find yourself remembering for days and kicking it into the electronic age with a powerful bassline, the scene is set for the rest of the ep.

Ambient warmth appears in 'Wooden Marble' which leads onto an even more curious track 'Heart Valve' - if imitation is a sincere form of flattery then this is probably the closest I've ever heard of a tribute to 'Bad Loop' by another artist. If you're familiar with the artist that created Kahvi classic 'Lumme' you'll recognise this style immediately.

Tracks of choice in this ep: all, but 80's crush (track 5) has one of the meatiest basslines I've heard in a long while. Definately one for the high volume!
   
 
 
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