Tangerine Dream - Mala Kunia

Label: Eastgate - 071 CD • Series: Quantum Years • Format: CD EP, Limited Edition Cupdisc • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Berlin-School
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Shadow and Sun 2. Madagaskunia 3. Madagasmala 4. Beyond Uluru 5. Vision of the Blue Birds 6. Snake Aboriginee Requiem - Mephisto Walz - Crocosmia Dance at Dawn 7.

Power of the Rainbow Serpent Total Time The Mala tribe lived on the sunny side, the Kunia on the shady side of the rock, and this is contrasted in the way the music on the disc frequently balances light and shade to great success. But it all sounds perfectly lovely, especially on repeated listens, balancing lighter flights of optimism with quite nicely driving guitar growls. The former is surreal and hazy, with unobtrusive metallic percussion clicks under Tangerine Dream - Mala Kunia yet striking synth washes.

The latter piece, the longest on the album at almost nine minutes, contains the most colour and variety. An unhurried sonic collage of shimmering synth drones, a variety of pattering beats, atmospheric guitar interjections and ethereal electronics, many moments throughout it ripples with brooding power, and it's deeply surreal and full of ancient mystery.

Slithering dark electronic grooves, Hoshiko's serene cello piercing through the heart of the beast, Tangerine Dream - Mala Kunia synth themes and welcome uneasy flourishes take flight, and this piece is the one that hints at the exciting potential of this new Dream line-up the most. This one probably works best as a pleasing and undistracting background listen, where it's undemanding and dreamy melodies can take hold.

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  1. Apr 07,  · Out of any context, Mala Kunia is a fantastic album of melodic electronic music. As the last thing Edgar released during his time with us, it's a remarkable way to go out, and that makes it a highlight of the long career of Tangerine Dream/5(19).
  2. A short time after its CD release this album became available as MP3 download at the Tangerine Dream Download Shop as well. The Mala Kunia Postcard. This postcard of approx. 12 cm x 12 cm shows the Tangerine Dream line-up of the Quantum Years. From left to right: Thorsten Quaeschning, Edgar Froese, Ulrich Schnauss and Hoshiko Yamane.
  3. Mala Kunia is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by TANGERINE DREAM (Progressive Electronic/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Mala Kunia's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our /5.
  4. Mar 20,  · MALA KUNIA is the first product out of "The Quantum Years" series and is named after two Aboriginal tribes - according to Aboriginal mythology - living ages ago around Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, whereas the Mala tribe lived on the sunny side and the Kunia on the shady side of the rock/5(15).
  5. Oct 13,  · Tangerine Dream: Mala Kunia Although the 'Eastgate Years' of Tangerine Dream have proved more generally popular with both casual and hardcore fans than the career low of the s 'Seattle Years' era, it has to be said there has been a noticeable drop off in quality since the the - momentary creative renaissance. /5(21).

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