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Cardamohm – A Seed

Free Music | Organic, Progressive | March 15, 2018 | Posted by Basilisk

Cardamohm – A Seed
01 - A Seed (128 BPM)
02 - Take Off (128 BPM)
03 - La Embarcación (128 BPM)
04 - Gipsy Train (128 BPM)
05 - Tazmania (128 BPM)
06 - Spice Invaders (128 BPM)
07 - Falling (128 BPM)
08 - Lost Waves (feat. Johnfaustus) (128 BPM)

After the success of Hybrid Seeds, Cardamohm is happy to present their debut album, A Seed, featuring 8 tracks blending wind instruments and electronic music. The ethnotrance duo’s recipe mixes techno grooves, distorted acid lines, dubby keyboards, powerful bass lines, and ethereal soundscapes with magic flutes and ethnic instruments to offer a deep journey into trance music. Mastered by Adrien Sauvaget @ X-Pand Sound Mastering, with artwork by BaBa Shikoine.

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Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.


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  • Nevermore says:

    Rerelease this album without the flute please! 90% of the flute is just babbling. The rest is quite good though.

  • pyc says:

    koja seljana ova frula

  • Atanas Shumkov says:

    La Embarcación is the Best!
    Enjoy to this awesome visualisation: https://youtu.be/3ffgyNU1qas

  • Omnichrome says:

    I like this album more every time I listen to it! I am not usually into this style but this really stands out. I think Simon Posford & Raja Ram would be proud ;)

  • y2ksw says:

    Nice unconventional and pleasureful music. A mix between trance and relaxation. Some of the songs are a bit style-inconsistent though.

  • TaoZenGrooves says:

    What an awesome release! I love the addition of the flute!! Some people might dislike it, but I really really dig it. It comes down to taste. Also, regarding the possibility of being inconsistent with your style in your music?? I don’t even understand that statement… why would you want to be a cookie-cutter music producer? The beauty is when you seemingly switch styles in a single song and experiment with different sounds… who cares if style isn’t consistent?

    Great job!! Keep’em coming! 5/5

  • Cardamohm says:

    Hi all, we are very thankful for your feedback, thanks a lot for taking the time to write a comment here! :)
    @Nevermore ahah sorry but we don’t plan to stop playing the flute (and various wind instruments); thanks for listening to it anyway, we are okay with the fact that our music can not please to everyone.

    If some of you want to hear some more, we’ve just released a new EP on Global Hybrid Records, here you go: https://globalhybrid.bandcamp.com/album/ghr16-orient-calling

    Have a nice day!

    Noé from Cardamohm

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