“The first song on the album, Space, is a good place to start as it kicks everything off with large swatches of time and simple, delicate, and fleeting melodies that give each line room to breath, which then build into powerful and heavy sections. The second track, Petrichor, is a 22 min epic that is, in essence, the polar opposite of Space as it uses variations on harmonic motifs throughout it that build a compelling narrative of an approaching storm.”
01 Blue Flakes
02 Fulerum County
03 The Saints
04 Red Lines
06 Granada Interface (The Lost Tapes)
08 Field Day Narcosis
13 Reinform (The Shore At Turning Point)
18 Save Space
“Bass guitars (preferably the Fender VI) and analogue synths, lots of them. Marco was a member of various indie rock and electronic bands before he released his first solo album in 2012. File under post- and/or kraut-rock if you wish. This is his second album for Cologne, Germany based Netlabel Der Kleine Grüne Würfel.”
“As per tradition, six tunes that missed becoming part of past full-length records – collected into an ep, mega-ecclectic as always. Beauty, dirt, melody, chaos, casio beats, screaming, a ballad, grunge riffs, casio-disco, tribal pounding.”
“I’m very very excited to release A Sudden Warmness, the newest single from my upcoming second album Behind. This is one of my own favorite songs, and it was the first one to be completed after a long period when I couldn’t write anything at all.
Despite the claim that we’ll beat time, it must be said that the sea widens and widens and there’s no bridge or a cliff to cling to. But from time time we’ll be there, wave each other and smile. You won’t be forgotten.
It may be hopeless but it’s the most important thing in the world.
A sudden warmness, that’s the most important things in the world. ”