Waves of analog synthesizers, circular breathing + soprano saxophone, harmonium drones, indigenous Borneo war drums, Moroccan tuned keyboards, and other magical soundscapes meet natural rainforest sounds on Ariel Kalma’s cult classic Osmose. Richard Tinti’s beautiful recordings of dusk creatures, birds of Borneo, and late night forest ambience are mixed in so perfectly that, at times, the natural sounds of the rainforest seem to actually be playing in tune and following Kalma’s playing. A mystical kraut adventure perfect for deep listening, highly recommended for fans of Tangerine Dream, Popol Vuh, Cluster.
Recommended – Full Listen
Tags: Ambient / Deep Listening / Field recording / Minimal