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Sounds of the summer – The sound of glades

Written by: 18 July 2016 One Comment

Regular reader of my blatherings might have seen me mention International Feel before, which has quietly developed into one of my favourite labels. Starting last year they’ve released a run of albums on single vinyl, and so far all have been great, beginning with Australia’s (?) Len Leise, continuing with CFCF’s “on holiday” which I recommended to ninja for his holiday, and now this record from Wolf Muller and Cass, which is a slow moving ambient balm to the various vexations of the modern world, good for summer afternoons, late nights or any time really.

Release info, samples and the lengthy title track below. Check em!

International Feel have called on a stellar cast of producers for their mini-LP series so far, with Len Leise and CFCF setting a laid back tone. When the label first announced their plans, we were particularly excited by the mooted inclusion of Themes For Great Cities and Salon Des Amateurs regular Jan ‘Wolf Muller’ Schulte. This was primarily because the Dusseldorf artist was yet to extend himself creatively beyond the 12″ format across his various projects to date. The Sound Of Glades sees Schulte step up, working with fellow German artist Cass, who was previously seen contributing to the closing SchleiBen installment on Emotional Response. The five sublime tracks were laid down at Schulte’s self-styled Wolf Muller Flanger Studio Dusseldorf, between October 2015 and February 2016, with the pair offering up an aural love story to some of their closet new age and ambient influences. It’s a delight from start to end.

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  • Marielle Abell, RN said:

    I love how consistent the sound on the latest International Feel releases has been. Thanks for sharing.

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