Melting Point

by Ran Kirlian

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Masayume Bin froh, dieses Album auf Bandcamp entdeckt zu haben, denn das ist (Dark) Ambient as its best!
Und im Vergleich zum DA-Durchschnitt haben diese Tracks ein bisschen mehr Saft in den Knochen. Die Ethno/World-Elemente empfinde ich als Bereicherung und denke, das Album haette mehr Fans verdient! Favorite track: Sly Desert.
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Melting Point mixes electronic ambiences, world elements and deep grooves forming a complex flow of environments from live and studio recordings to give a rich journey between imaginary realms. The idea behind this album was to locate the fusion place between technology and primigenial elements with both electronic and acoustic instruments like flutes, didgeridoos, voices, bells, natural sounds and tribal grooves. It includes collaborative support by the artist & friend Patrick van de Ven, where specially brights in the track Cave of Forgotten Fires.

This album was remastered in 2004, including redesigned cover art by Ran Kirlian.

Total time: 72:24

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released September 1, 2001

All tracks composed, performed, arranged and produced by Ran Kirlian at The Kennel 2000 - 2001. Cave of Forgotten Fires featuring Patrick van de Ven on groove percussion, ethnic flutes and rainstick.

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Ran Kirlian Castellón De La Plana, Spain

Ran Kirlian began exploring his own musical pathways in the mid-nineties and recorded his first album Shore of Darkness in 2000. Since then nearly a dozen albums have followed. His music, mostly focussed on tribal and dark ambient genres, offers a personal and intense approach to textural landscaping and atmospheres inspiring ritualistic environments, cold spaces and desolate landscapes. ... more

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