Classically trained Musician /Producer/Heathen from the Derbyshire hills
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Beneath a dying sun
Hey Mart, I don't think I can add much to all these kudos except to say I really enjoyed my listen! So sweet to my ears and your textures keep me engaged throughout! wonderful work! Easy vote.
Just beautiful and sad and everything...
Love it, Gibbo
Lovely piano sound and melody meandering through this track with the background synths forming a carpet. Absolutely love this piece of cinematic bliss.. Mart - this is pure class!!
Magical, melancholic, melodic, majestic, powerful and inspirational. You have a way of moving through the gamut of emotions...little string surges to move on...the whistling synth voice was a delightful little sonic surprise...ending with the wisp of a breeze and choir..icing on the cake. Sublimely evocative.
I fully agree with Rich and Keith here, this is so moving, touching and heart felt, beautiful relaxing, haunting, and a brilliant production!
Lonely opening got me right off. That far away feeling. What a gorgeous melody! My my!! So large it shadows even all the way across the sea to where I be.
A beautiful work of moving music...relaxing, calming and thought provoking.....well done indeed! keith
First off, let me say that Mart (aka Kiss The Abyss) is one of my favorite artists on this site. The first track I heard from KTA was 'Cosmonautica', an excellent piece of melodic/musical trance. The more KTA tracks I heard though I realise that Mart is always up for experimenting with new genres and styles. This track, 'End of Ages' is yet another track infusing a mix of genres that I have yet to
I love the sound of this cut. It seems well balanced and my computer set up for listening is sweet so I can really hear any thing that's not sitting right in the mix. The arrangement is well done and there are no holes in the recording or performance. The vocals are clear and passionate. The bass seems a bit thin and could use a tad more punch but I still enjoyed it all the way through. All i
Does anyone remember the film Bill and Ted's excellent adverture? and the scene when Mozart sat infront of a keyboard synthesizer for the first time and was amazed by the sounds that came from it when he tried to play? Well if Mozart was to hear KTA's version of his own classcial masterpiece, then i am sure, he would of been blown away. I just hope i am right in saying 'Cosmic Requiem' was inspire