[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
#291: Torley / Ambitizers
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 8
If you've been following releases of late, you'll remember Torley from the popular VA recently put out 'Serenity'. Torley was one of the hidden wonders of the release, and I thought it would be nice to get a dedicated ep out featuring his work.

As mentioned in release #290, this release can be played alongside, the tracks in any order, creating an entirely different feeling - think of it as a kind of 'personalised' release. Give it a try and see what I mean.

Ambitizers is a smooth, flowing, indulgent trip through the realms of ambience (with minimal beats here and there).

This eight track release (playtime around 30 minutes) continues the high quality, desirable vibes we heard in Serenity but advances the theme - more depth and atmosphere throughout.

Tracks of choice: Desked (that beat should really last longer), Otoro (is it just me, or does this make you think of 'The Last Ninja' from oldskool gaming days?).
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