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Waves of Doppler

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1.1
Taiwanese Horror
Waves of Doppler
23:06
1.2
Futori
Waves of Doppler
8:38
1.3
One of Us
Waves of Doppler
7:44
1.4
From Water, As Water
Waves of Doppler
7:21
1.5
Kabagarbo
Waves of Doppler
8:44
1.6
You Are Poem, You Are Rain; You Are the Water to My Flame
Waves of Doppler
7:30
Total Playing Time    63:03
The 2nd full-length album from electronic artist, Waves of Doppler. The sonic landscape of this album brings together influences such as Rival Consoles, Nils Frahm, Dawn of Midi, Max Richter, and more, culminating in distinct ambient atmospheres. Waves of Doppler is a solo project of Taiwanese electronic producer Hsu Chia-Wei. He fuses electronic music into a classical music structure with delicate layers of sound design and instrumentations. His music is known for a rich narrative experience by blending irregular pattern structures, bizarre, nearly-un-danceable rhythms, strangely elegant melodies. He also implements different analogue devices and digital techniques into creating a uniquely structured aspect of electronic music.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dark Paradise Records Studio Masters

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