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Electronic Music From The Faroe Islands 1993

by Saab Knutson

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r3troguy While the name doesn't follow our naming conventions at all, this album is surprisingly resonant to someone like me who's actually from there. We had a massive recession in the 1990s, so the choice of year combined with the melancholic tone makes it quite the listening experience (even if it does bring up painful memories). Favorite track: The Stars Awaken.
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Alec M. This music album are great! Music From Our Golden Age is one of my favorite track of Saab's Favorite track: Music From Our Golden Age.
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Beanoboo Dug 61% of the album. Highlights: The Stars Awaken, Night Tracker DX100, Imported Pizza Snack, Thors Haven 9, Emotional Parameters, Tiny Sombre Sliders, Milkway Mega Bar, and Astradoxma Alpha 2. Liked the subtlety to this album. I also liked the weird layering at the end and the end of Astradoxma Alpha 2 in general. This was not one of his strongest efforts. However, I enjoyed the creativity to it. The album artwork is not too shabby either :). Favorite track: Astradoxma Alpha 2.
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Through his remote viewing powers Danny Wolfers channeled the music of Saab Knutson of Faroe Islands circa 1993. 60 Minutes of Nordic Ambient with a disturbing undertone of dark melancholia with vague notions of distant happiness. Saab Knutson is a man with many issues, but on the Faroe Islands there is no time for issues. To stay of sound mind, Saab plays his synthesizers in the few spare hours he manages to find, unmistakenly influenced by Faroe's spellbinding landscapes and grim climate.

Though Danny has never been to the Islands he has a definite puzzling calling to them, a 'luring' force, so to speak. Hopefully he will sell enough Saab Knutson albums so he can fund an expedition and find out more about this mysterious destiny...

Played on Yamaha DX100, Roland JX3P, Alpha Juno 2, EMU 16 bit digital sampling keyboard.

composed, performed & artwork by Danny Wolfers at the
North Sea Institute for The Overmind
(C)2015 Nightwind Records NW005


released July 14, 2015


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