10 Songs, 1 Hour

EDITORS’ NOTES

For his fourth album as Stimming, Hamburg producer Martin Stimming took to the Italian Alps, where he sequestered himself in a cabin to make music. He’s always made intelligent use of field recordings, and his dramatic surroundings seep into the gorgeous, elemental house of Alpe Luisa: there’s thunder on “Trains of Hope”, named in tribute to Europe’s refugees, a choir on “22 Degree Halo”, whose plosive beat feels like popping ears, and skittish improvised percussion on “Parking Lot”. The effect is soothing and eerie; connected to the natural world, while distant from our own.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For his fourth album as Stimming, Hamburg producer Martin Stimming took to the Italian Alps, where he sequestered himself in a cabin to make music. He’s always made intelligent use of field recordings, and his dramatic surroundings seep into the gorgeous, elemental house of Alpe Luisa: there’s thunder on “Trains of Hope”, named in tribute to Europe’s refugees, a choir on “22 Degree Halo”, whose plosive beat feels like popping ears, and skittish improvised percussion on “Parking Lot”. The effect is soothing and eerie; connected to the natural world, while distant from our own.

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Ratings and Reviews

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AllTheDaves ,

One of my favorite albums to chill to

This is seriously one of those albums that you just hit play on and let it run while you stare out the window and think. I love it.

sheasteve ,

Amazing!!

Stimming is a true G. This album is amazing from start to finish. Such chill vibes and good energy. Put the whole album on and have an awesome day/night.

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