Brass is in the air – and endless pads in the athmosphere. This week I chose a track you have to dance to and a playlist from the other side of the universe.

 

Playlist of the Week: Outer Space

All Klangspot playlists are updated. Playlist of the week: Outer Space (Calm Space Ambient Music & Deep Relaxation Ambient Music). Current followers at Spotify: 5572 | Beside Spotify you can also enjoy the playlist on Napster, Deezer, YouTube and Soundcloud. | The new tracks this week are: Innesti (Missing Landmarkl), Benoît Pioulard (Brindle), 36 (Tempora), Aythar (Cosmic Resonance, Pt. 1),Dave Luxton (Dust Storm), Silent Vigils (Recursion), Valotihkuu (River Symphony), Dean Hurley (Far Boundaries), Machinefabriek (Melodrama 2) and Germind (Alien Island Secrets).

 

Song of the Week: MEUTE – ‘Araya’

Do you know MEUTE? The name is program. They call themselves ‘Techno Marching Band’ and that fits. I’m a big fan of ‘German Guggenmusik’. I guess the eleven guys from Hamburg do not want to be associated with South German Carnival music. But I’m sorry, in my Weekly Music Recap you have to endure that 😉 MEUTE interprets original electronic tracks in their own way. And they get along really well. The number of people on the social networks and video views on YouTube speak for themselves. A look at YouTube is worthwhile. Your live performance is incredible. Now they have made ‘Araya‘ by Fatima Yamaha one of their tracks. I love this version so much that it made it to the top of the Instrumental Beats playlist, where you can hear the track.

 

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