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Music for Cruises

by Spielberger

This is a collection of four ambient, generative tracks made in the spirit of Brian Eno's early 70's experimental compositions. The titles were inspired by the feminine word for “Sea” in different languages and marks Spielberger's debut release.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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This is a collection of four ambient, generative tracks made in the spirit of Brian Eno's early 70's experimental compositions. The titles were inspired by the feminine word for “Sea” in different languages and marks Spielberger's debut release. It came from a project Rodriguez had been developing as part of a commission for a cruise line. After some treatments by Matus, they released "Music for Cruises". This EP offers a surprising dynamism, from the rhythmic ebb and flow of the tracks to the variety of pulsing electronic sounds that offer an array of tonal color and textures. It sounds kind of like post-Dark Side of the Moon era Pink Floyd with the guitars, drums and voices stripped away, leaving only the bare, skeletal hum of the backing electronics sighing and groaning on their own.


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