(translation by Arletta Przynoga)
We’re going to the music of Denmark slightly dreamy, slightly nostalgic, slightly absent and swinging in the clouds.
And this is thanks to sounds serves by Jakob F. Kristiansen. This Dane is the creator of two single projects – SILVER FALLS, and his latest “baby” – MY SECRET MACHINE.
Sit back, time for a little rest, peace and relaxation …
Silver Falls has released EP “We All Have To Breathe” in2007 and according to informationpostedon theInternetprofiles, is now recording his debut album.
“The music has an embrasive and melodic semi-instrumental sound, a mix of electric, electronic and acoustic instruments. Collages of spoken-word audio archival samp…les. From time to time with apperances of guest vocalists. It’s all combined to forge something truly timeless”(source)
Two songs I like the most are with guest vocals from The Kissaway Trail vocalist – Søren B. Corneliussen. Unusual, moody “The Second Scent”(or here), and slightly more vivid, stirring emotions “Ceramic Smile” (here too).
Dreamy … anthem of heaven “1977” puts almost hypnotize. A “Walking (The Right Choice)” moves and take us to the fairytale world.
“We All Have To Breathe” EP can be purchased through iTunes and you can also listen to some tracks on various internet Silver Falls’es profiles, such as MySpace (do not miss and “Conversation in Room Cheap!” out there), or Last.fm.
Fabulous, but more electronic climates also enchanted Jakob F. Kristiansen, so he decided to start another music project – My Secret Machine.
So far, My Secret Machine made two songs: “Everytime” and “My Fear”. They are both available to listen and free download of his Soundcloud profile.
Delicate (coming from somewhere in the background) as if whispering vocals, poignant lyrics and a solid dose of well-mixed, unique sounds.
“My Fear” reminds me slightly (really slightly) Akiri’s music. However, My Secret Machine offers a more subdued, “smooth” sound. He can be nice to fib to him, dance and smile to his songs. Climates of the 80’s and 90’s are back to favor in “My Fear”.
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