Cardamar | Where The Skies End

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Where The Skies End

by Cardamar

Melodic chill out goodness pushed to its boundaries
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. An Unusual Day In Duinterpen
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2. Distant Scenery
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3. Start
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4. Root Escape
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5. Stuck In A Loop
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6. Obscure Scenery
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7. Dancing On The Furnace
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8. Chilling On The Furnace
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9. Carried By The Stars
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10. De Dag Van Gister (Everything Changes)
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11. Nic'nIk
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12. The Atomic Dreamhop
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13. Capacity (How Much Can You Take?)
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14. Disquietude Interlude
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15. Tears Of A Man Who Never Cried
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16. Lette For Cardamar
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17. Final Scenery
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18. Beyond The Skies
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19. Beyond The Infinite
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cardamar's second journey is about worlds within worlds of music. Melodic chillout goodness pushed to its boundaries. A more than worthy follow-up to Steam, which will satisfy all fans of an emotional journey beyond the boundaries of your imagination.

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Cardamar is Marco Sijbesma from The Netherlands. He was born in 1985 and addicted to music from that very first day. At the age of 5 he started playing organ at his grandmother's house. Less than a year later he got his first keyboard and started taking music lessons. He quickly became interested in recording the music he played on computer. His teacher learned him to master the powers of Cubase and at the age of 12 was Marco’s first song born.

In the year 2003, Marco joined forces with Digitally Imported - of which he was an addicted listener - by setting up a Chillout channel on their site. He started to play his own songs on the channel and received a wave of positive comments. At the end of 2004, Marco decided to release his first album Steam. This album was released in May 2005, which was also the birth of his record label Cardamar Music.

The other side of Cardamar (as DJ) was born in 2000. He became interested in DJ’ing trance music, and made numerous mixes in this style. From 2003, Marco focused completely on doing Chillout mixes. Another Day In The Clouds was the first Chillout mix which could be heard on Digitally Imported’s Chillout channel. It received some great feedback, and soon, more of his mixes appeared on the Chillout playlist. This also resulted in some collaboration mixes with artists like Morlack, Kick Bong and Xerxes.


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Xavier P. (for RadioIndy)

Excellent electronica/ambient instrumental CD. Pick up a copy today!
“Where the Skies End” by Cardamar is a hypnotic assembly of ambient compositions. Throughout this entire collection, listeners are induced into the trance of an impressive combination of sound effects held together with well-arranged percussion. “Stuck In a Loop” best conveys this CD’s mature, serious tone and catchy drum arrangements. What’s more, the introduction of rarely used electronic sounds and percussion instruments, like in “Obscure Scenery” and “Chilling on the Furnace,” highlights Cardamar’s originality. Simply put, Cardamar’s willingness to venture away from the norm results in what’s best described as enjoyable experimentation. Furthermore, “Where the Sky Ends” is finished with successful production, allowing every song to proudly flaunt their deep-rooted emotional appeal. All in all, this album is a must-have for those who enjoy electronica/ambient tunes with a refreshing degree of creativity!

Cary

Sophisticated, melodic, ambient beats -- great stuff
I heard Cardamar's music on his website and had to buy this CD immediately. I wasn't disappointed. It's full of evocative, relaxing-yet-energized ambient beats. The CD has an orchestral quality to it that I really enjoy. I'm a fan! Thanks!

Jason Martin

Excellent!
WOW Cardamar, great work. Thanks for all the wonderful sounds. I don't know if it's possible to 'wear out' a CD, but I'll find out with this one. Highly recommended!