CIALYN - Ana & Kata (Version1) album flac
Title: Ana & Kata (Version1)
MP3 album: 1237 mb
FLAC album: 1359 mb
Other formats: APE AAC MP4 AU AA DTS XM
Some Leftover Tunes by CIALYN, released 17 March 2018 1. Three Colors Of Magic 2. A Weird Place Where To Play 3. Double Star 4. Misty Dawn Sun 5. Périapside 6. Ana & Kata (Version1) 7. Cathode Ray 8. . System (Version2) All these tracks were recorded between 2015 and 2017. Some are part of abandoned projects, some are not chosen version for an album, others are songs that have never been part of an album or finished tardily. and some unpublished.
Listen to music from CIALYN like Short Wave Spread, 22 478,9 kHz & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from CIALYN. The musical creature of French music producer Aylahn (alias Alain Pachins) called CIALYN explores the ancient paths of electronic music in a blatant love for satin tapes and vinyl soft drizzle. The old records of Cecil Wary, Alan Feanch or Christian Chevallier are an inexhaustible source of inspiration, and if we consider some works of artists as Brian Eno, Jean-Michel Jarre or Boards of Canada then it happened that outdated and gone things still breathe.
I plan to make a vinyl in crowdfunding. The first idea was to make a double album with a disc for the new album and on the other disc a compilation of classic songs. The end result may be a little expensive (But collector, there will be only 500 copies). Or, the second solution, would be to make only the new album on a single vinyl (delivered with a digital version) for a final price closer to regular prices for a vinyl. What do you think ? Cialyn.
1 Ana & Kata (Version1) 3:29. Recorded during Spring and Summer 2016. Not On Label (CIALYN Self-released). Category Country Year. Related Music albums to Ana & Kata (Version1) by CIALYN. Sabú - Manuelé, Monami Ualo Kata. Folk, World, & Country. nÄo - Picture This If You Will. Kata-Combo - Auf Dem Weg Nach Weilheim. Various - Color Pop Explosion. Psiko - Kata-Komb, The Ruff Rider. Pornophonik - Archives. Kata - Your Love (Ain't Good Enough).
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