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D83 Summer 2018 has another nice Synthwave album to offer. The beats feel like fresh air, with some retro & chiptune, just something special. This LP smells like a future classic for me. The track "One Last Thing" is ... just wow & so many other diamonds here. Favorite track: Jupiter.
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Station 5 05:09
Mars ahead! 04:51
Deimos Funk 06:20
Phobos Funk 04:29
Core Values 04:10
Dream 84 07:24
Jupiter 07:47


This is a tale about someone who listened to my previous album "Sunset Roads". No it isn't, just because I can't come up with any interesting right now because I'm drunk.

"Sunset Roads" was very chiptune-y, but had also some "Outrun" and 80s vibe to it. Ok. Maybe I'm wrong but at least that were my intentions when doing that album. I wanted to create some catchy tunes for people like me.

There's a little story hidden in "Sunset Roads" which is told by music, not by words. At the end of the album, the story takes you on a journey to Jupiter.

This is that journey.

It might not be that catchy, it definitely isn't that much chiptunes anymore. It is my journey into a musical genre I fell in love with - just recently.

Finally, at the end of this album you arrive at Jupiter. Maybe it will take you somewhere else.


Something personal (trying to act not drunk): I've been doing music for about 22 years now and I've released almost 700 songs with my primary project "ENGELSBLUT". If you listen to AND like this album you might never have heard of that other stuff. It's German, something between dark wave and medieval folk and quite strange. I grew into that kind of music and it is my "daily piece of things I like to do beside of going to the toilet"). I never earned real money with doing music as I released my stuff for free for almost 15 years but I keep doing it anyway.

I've never felt that much excitement at making music as with these two albums (this and "Sunset Roads") because they are so much closer to what I feel and love than my "main" stuff.

If you like this album, please make a comment. I'm not urging you to buy it (well you really should if you want some more) but I really would like to read if you like it or not. This is so important, though I know it's hard to take yourself some time to do so.

If you want to buy this album: Go ahead and do so! Maybe, just maybe, some day I can fully concentrate on my music and quit my daily job. I always dreamed of this but being a solo-project without any kind of management creates a giant anxiety of the unknown. I can't exist without music, so you're investing in more music at least.

Are you really reading this album description? Come on! Listen, dance, love, feel lonely and live!


released August 10, 2018

breathing people who are not shitty to others because their own lifes are crap.


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STARLANDER Leer, Germany

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