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Artist: Fjernsind Album: DÃ¸r Type: EP Style tags: Ambient, drone, noise, dark ambient, psychedelic Media type: Digital Download/streaming (Bandcamp for now) Year: 2018 Label: Flystyrt Catalog ID: 0042 Length: >00:14:49 Official url: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/album/in-dreams I know this is a relatively old release, but the reason I post it now is that I thought I already posted it back when I made this EP available originally, and as I just updated it with a new improved mix of the second track "A Lullaby" I intended to post an update in the old thread with a note about this, but then discovered I never actually made a thread about this release. Better late than never I guess, and having updated this old EP with a new mix of one of the songs featured on it I guess is a good reason to finally do it. So here the 2 track EP "In Dreams" is, which is available for free download and listening through the project's Bandcamp page: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/ This is the artwork for the EP:
Made this dark drone track less than a week ago with my drone/ambient/noise project, that just recently had a name change, from sharing my own real name, Jacob LÃ¦by, to Fjernsind. The name "Fjernsind" is a word play on the Danish word for "Tele-vision", "Fjern-syn", that directly translated means "Distant-vision" or "Remote-vision", so instead of "syn" ["vision"] as the last syllable, the Danish word for "mind", namely "sind", is used. The title of the track was taken from a line in Clothes of Sand by Nick Drake: Does it now seem worth all the color of skies? To see the earth through painted eyes To look through panes of shaded glass See the stains of winter's grass - Clothes of Sand, Nick Drake As always the track is up for free download and listening through the project's Bandcamp page: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/album/stains-of-winters-grass Track artwork:
Artist: Fjernsind Album: DÃ¸r Type: Album Style tags: Ambient, drone, noise, dark ambient, psychedelic Media type: WEB (Bandcamp for now, but will be up on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify e.t.c somewhere around next month (Beginning of June)) Year: 2017 Label: Flystyrt Catalog ID: 0038 Length: >01:30:00 Official url: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/album/d-r-original-2017-version Tracklist: Labyrinth 08:26 Den Hvide DÃ¸d (The White Death) 07:26 Daisy 06:47 Star Child 14:13 The Green Sage 16:50 Blue Dwarf's Hill 21:50 DÃ¸r 08:00 RBG (an examination in chromesthesia) 04:02 Electric Cave 05:20 Lullaby 05:31 Return to Center 03:07 Free download! Finally finished the making of sort of a full length compilation album of tracks I have previously released digitally in form of singles, EP's and other stuff with my drone/ambient/noise project in my own name. It is put together such that it forms a coherent experience of a musical journey and consist of 11 tracks of various length that sums up to over one and a half hour of drone, ambient and noise music. It is up for free on Bandcamp and coming the beginning of June it will be up on various online music services and stores as well, such as iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. It is the plan that I will later finance a homemade physical homemade double CDR including extra cover art, which will become available for ordering via Bandcamp (when exactly this will happen is unsure though). With the full download of the album comes the full set of artwork to create ones own double CDR (including disk art), everything needed to do this will be a paper, printer, scissors and glue. The tittle of this album DÃ¸r is the Danish word for Door (but in Danish that means Dies as well). Edit!!!: As you can tell from the player, that actually still functions, I changed this project's name from sharing my own real name to Fjernsind, which means that the original link I shared in this post to my Bandcamp profile doesn't work anymore, so here's a new one: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/ The name "Fjernsind" is a word play on the Danish word for "Tele-vision", "Fjern-syn", that directly translated means "Distant-vision" or "Remote-vision", and instead of "syn" ["vision"] as the last syllable, the Danish word for "mind", namely "sind", is used.