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The Changing Season

LPF12

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1
Connecting the Dots (with You)
LPF12
5:10
2
From Where We Stand
LPF12
4:41
3
The Steps
LPF12
6:09
4
How We Used to Exist
LPF12
6:50
5
Blind Eyed Walkers
LPF12
7:34
6
Meet Me Somewhere Else
LPF12
5:06
7
Follow
LPF12
7:01
8
A Few Noticeable Pillars of Creation
LPF12
6:56
9
Things to Come
LPF12
4:42
10
The Changing Season
LPF12
2:17
Total Playing Time    56:26
The Changing Season completes a trilogy from LPF12 (German electronic music artist Sascha Lemon), known for his secretive sound rich with details and flawless in its production value. Clocking in at just under an hour, the album evolves over 10 tracks with a distinct storyline, from the trip-hop shuffle beats of the opener to the crackling experimentalism of the title track, which brings a surprising ending to this immersive journey. Focusing on what he does best, creating atmospheres and floating harmonies with purely electronic sound design, LPF12 mesmerizes with a complexity that’s never overwhelming, with a catchiness that never turns gaudy and with an experimental edge that provides just the right amount of seriousness.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Raumklang Music Studio Masters

Produced by LPF12
Recorded and mixed at f1equen2trukt lab studio in 2015 by Sascha Lemon
Mastered by Alexander Dietz at Chemical Burn Studios
Artwork and layout by Dirk Geiger

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