[Kahvi Collective Audio Sculptors - fa8 V3] #442: Nautilus / Nautilus - Kahvi Collective Electronic Vibes
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13:03 28.10.20
Aulis wrote:
You guys are legends! Thanks for staying!
06:35 21.09.20
John Novak wrote:
So the glad the site is back! Bandcamp is cool, but I hope it will never go away for good!
04:50 4.09.20
phylum_sinter wrote:
greets from Detroit! welcome back <3
17:32 29.08.20
drez wrote:
I think this is the last netlabel I still follow from the old netlabel days. Now bandcamp has revolutionized things but this old site still here :)
20:54 22.08.20
Thynix wrote:
Welcome back Kahvi! :) I owe much of my music taste to this site.
20:32 25.06.20
Frame wrote:
I'm glad to see kahvi back again
05:09 6.05.20
Bobe-On wrote:
I second the X-Mas tree concern. It's too cute, I love it. Nice to see it back for May. :D (The debugging work appreciated.)
18:00 5.05.20
Phred wrote:
Glad to see the site's back, bandcamp and twitter had no RSS feeds so I never learnt of new releases
18:12 4.05.20
freddymilton wrote:
so do i! X-mas tree still ok? not really...:-)))
18:15 27.04.20
Netlabel Archive wrote:
So happy to see the site back up and running
   
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#303: John Novak / You cannot get there from here
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Another guest artist arrives on Kahvi for this release - John Novak.

Its obvious from the start that the roots of this artist lie in the demoscene (for more information check his bio!) from the very start of 'you cannot get there from here' which is the perfect example of progressive electronica in action.

Moving on to 'random sparks of temporal lobe activity' (which is probably one of my favourite tracks from this ep) you could even compare this track to 'The Prisoner 2009' soundtrack by Rupert Gregson-Williams.

A very pleasing ep in many ways, certainly one to add to the permanent playlist. Enjoy!
   
 
 
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