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4.5 stars Average rating: 4.5 stars from 99 vote(s).
 
 
 
#203: Workbench / Zoo
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 9
 
Making a welcome addition to the kahvi collection, we have another release from the highly acclaimed di.fm regular - workbench. a nine track release, easy with the listening and high with the production quality. instrumental throughout, involved and subtle melodies make up this great release. highly recommended: de la terre a la cime for twenty minutes of the coolest ambient chill. All tracks Copyright (c) 2006 S. Marchal and P. & C. Sabam Belgium.
   
 
 
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jefco wrote on 27/08/08, 6:51 am
one of the best on Kahvi. Great stuff.
 
Djinni wrote on 18/06/08, 12:59 pm
Excellent music to listen while-U-work. Truly accelerating the alpha rhythms.
 
John Dream Waver wrote on 07/06/08, 9:49 pm
HI! My name is John! i'm from Tiraspol - I love to listen many kinds of music...among them also New Age...I love Karunesh, Enigma, Gregorian. And recently ocassionaly i found such album as - Workbench - Zoo - it's smth incredible...i just wanted to downlow all your albums...but unfortunately i couldn't do this...will you be so kind to tell me where i can download for free the rest of your albums...THX! for real beautiful music.....
 
Frog wrote on 23/05/08, 11:48 am
Wonderful, dreaming, pleasant to listen, worth downloading for sure !
 
Oceanic wrote on 01/05/08, 4:55 pm
Serpents is a masterpiece, great album although not quite as good at the detour EP i thought. great artwork aswell. Love it.
 
Mesa wrote on 01/05/08, 4:54 pm
Worth keeping, but not material I would put on my "front line" of listening. (Note: I'm insanely picky.)

Mind you, it's certainly worth the download, and I've already listened to it a dozen times or so since its release.

Good stuff.
 
Polaski wrote on 01/05/08, 4:54 pm
Fantastic job on Particles, no doubt the highlight of the EP. The sounds and various dynamics is a trip into a trancendental epilogue.

Thanks workbench
-Pol
 
Rubicante wrote on 01/05/08, 4:54 pm
Its been a while since ive had times to peruse the kahvi forums, but here I am and part of it is due to the fact that I heard this ep. I tried not to look at the other reviews for fear I would ruin my own.

First and foremost, I cannot get enough of paper frog...I had this loop for at least an hour before I switched songs, the delicate and innocent sounds were really playful and soothing and I found it the most enjoyable piece. As for the other songs, I really loved how they all progressed from A to B, they really painted a beautiful picture that brings out workbenches style with pads and the piano. Cheers to you mate! Now I need to go back and listen to detour. ;)
 
Sky Hi wrote on 01/05/08, 4:54 pm
Well, Workbench is back again! Really, one of the best chills I've heard for quite a long time. Trippy, relaxing, emotional sounds...just take a comfortable sit, and listen again and again for hours without getting bored. Excellent work! Just looking forward for the next release!
 
Nightmorph wrote on 01/05/08, 4:54 pm
'this is one heck of a solid release. Really glad Kahvi picked this one up. This one is well crafted. Great, gentle melodies, ambience, far away places....several tracks remind me of south asia. I can picture ancient temples, water slowly dripping off broad green leaves, and the day fading into a star-spinning night.'
 
Planet B wrote on 01/05/08, 4:53 pm
Ah yes, without a doubt one of the finest release on Kahvi in quite some time. You could listen to this looong album for hours without it bothering you in any way, and still, after several repeat you'd find new details you did not notice on previous listen.

Soft melodies from start to finish, lush pads and plenty of atmosphere. All I would have personally wanted would have been more adventurous drum programming, a bit more experimentation. This is only a minor nag thou.

But all in all, it's still five out of five stars (plus PB stamp of approval on top). :wink: