Klangriket

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Klangriket

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Klangriket has recieved international recognition as ”a breath of fresh air” on the ambient and contemporary classical scene. Among his soloworks there are several international and local collaborations with artists such as Sjors Mans, Dominique Charpentier and Jakob Lindhagen. Among them is ”The Amsterdam Sessions” with the dutch composer Sjors Mans. It was featured on several of the well established blogs in the genre. This is was what Headphone Commute wrote about the album:


”At first, The Amsterdam Sessions feels like “just another piano album” aiming to capture that sound that has captivated me since Nils Frahm. I’d like to be frank – I’ve also attempted to learn from Frahm’s production technique and bring it into my own compositions. And although imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, it’s not where this record from Klangriket & Sjors Mans takes me. It roots in the known, picks up in the affluent, and expands on the serene. The keys are gentle and earnest, dancing their melody in the warm space touched by peaceful strings, tranquil synths, and beautiful soundscapes. What begins as a lo-fi analogue arpeggio (on “Prinsengracht”), slowly develops into a cinematic theme, that cradles and holds, all that is dear in music.”

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