Continuing the Christmas theme, we have a thirteen track album created by Coax. Some of the tracks may be familiar as they were released this time last year but Coax has improved the tracks, added a few and removed a few and the result is a thoroughly enjoyable masterpiece of pure piano. A rare occasion indeed to have classical music on the label but with such a fitting time of year, it seemed necessary. Perhaps this music isn't to everybodies taste but perhaps you can give it a chance. Thirteen tracks reminding you of snow falling, the log fire in the corner and Christmas presents under the tree. Christmas release week continues tomorrow...
Beautiful, light sounds. Makes me happy to listen to. It's not techno really. There's no drums, but the music is very good and peaceful.
Bobe-On wrote on 29/08/09, 3:45 pm
"Mission: to gather and provide free electronic grooves. area of operation: internet"
This work, as fair as it is, seems to be pushing Kahvi's electronic grooves mission.
Sure you can get acoustic instrument sounds out of electronics... and grooves out of "Christmas" music... I suppose... ?... ;)
Overrated; I rated it 2 stars for fair. 3 stars would be pushing it. ;P
S/G wrote on 26/12/08, 1:18 am
The Christmas 2008 release is good too, but this one is just mindblowing. Having put it away in the spring, I started playing this again for the season. Wonderfully captures the feeling of watching snow fall on a winter night.
Nightmorph wrote on 01/05/08, 3:56 pm
This is great stuff. Sink deep into warm, cozy minutes with this album.
Oh, and when you're finished, if you're looking for the peace to continue, let the intimate piano tones of Le M?is wrap around you.
Polaski wrote on 01/05/08, 3:56 pm
I'm been waiting for new coax stuff for awhile. LEt's see what he gots.
Nteck wrote on 01/05/08, 3:56 pm
its really Christmas theme! nice sounds
Rubicante wrote on 01/05/08, 3:56 pm
Great little pieces of music. A shame the release is so short though. :)