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Coarbegh | The Sound and Flow of London Town

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The Sound and Flow of London Town

by Coarbegh

Musicscapes blending electronics, acoustic instruments, field recordings and the human voice to great effect - eerie & haunting, elevating & inspiring.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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COARBEGH - The Sound And Flow Of London Town
A trip through psychedelic London
Coarbegh was once founded as a sideproject of Poor Genetic Material, one of Germany’s best prog- and artrock bands. Since the release of their second album Dark Sky Reserve, Coarbegh has moved towards the territory of ambient music. Their truly original music is characterized by the tension that is created by the interplay of synthesizers and electronics on the one side and classic acoustic instruments on the other. Pia Darmstaedter’s flute and voice breathe life into Philipp Jaehne‘s electronic soundscapes, which provide the foundation and the frame for Coarbegh’s music. Short themes and melodies shine through the floating textures and rhythms and form a world of sounds rich in associations.
The music of the new album is built on and around sounds and atmospheres recorded at places in London which ring a bell to those familiar with rock- and pop-culture. So another evocative level is added to the fascinating music of Coarbegh.



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