It seems as though our very own Mikael Fyrek has a story to tell - at least, according to the track names from this, his latest ep.
With 'I step into the advent', Mikael has perfected the ambient/instrumental genre once again - conveying huge amounts of feeling and emotion in every track. Each being an epic in its own right, the usual excellent use of sounds and production are apparent from the start. All the track in the ep are a continuation of the previous, to create one big picture in your mind.
An audio treat for all Mikael Fyrek fans, and definately one to add to the extensive Fyrek back catalogue that we have here on Kahvi Collective. Cover artwork by skjoldbroder.dk
Well done for being offered the job even though you cant take it. I am completely with you on the whole wolirchkrdca/e business. If it wasnt for my mum being able to have my little man a day and a half a week i&ීd be working just to cover the nursery fees - they are crazy expensive! I think if i have any more bubbas then i would certainly have to give up the work and would be paying more than i was earning.But hey ho, means you can continue looking bloooming fabulous in your outfits! Scarlett x
dj-case.com wrote on 04/12/09, 6:11 pm
Nice one! good cover!
dale wrote on 01/12/09, 3:57 am
Clean, crisp, very nicely done.
Rubicante wrote on 16/11/09, 8:48 am
Another excellent release by Mr. Fyrek. I have been following his progress since his first releases here on kahvi and he's never failed to impress me. This particular release can be described like so much of Mr. Fyrek's other works: Moody, Introspective and dripping with emotion. Grab it quick!
delrio wrote on 11/11/09, 4:56 pm
Hitman wrote on 11/11/09, 4:27 pm
This is sooo beautiful!! I was expecting this new ep for a long time. I`m glad I can have it! I love your music, can`t stop listening to them everyday :) Please don`t stop making this kind of music.. Best wishes from Romania!
nightmorph wrote on 10/11/09, 7:56 pm
Haunting. The first track's throbbing warmth/chill pulses down your neck and wires itself into your dreams. And that's just the first track -- it gets even better.
Mikael's signature crunchy, organic percussion and subtle melodic iterations are back. For this album, he's shown even deeper musical composition skills; the tracks have a rather labyrinthine, Mandelbrot-like quality. They wrap in and around themselves, and once you zoom out past the tiny, detailed spiral, you see that the whole piece resembles each measure.
Really quite fantastic. Thanks for putting this together. Five stars!
tehschmidt wrote on 09/11/09, 7:51 pm
track 2 sounds like Peter Joseph's theme from The Zeitgeist Movie