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4.5 stars Average rating: 4.5 stars from 109 vote(s).
 
 
 
#252: Alkor / Small Suburban Heartbeats
M3U FMP3  Tracks : 6
 
Alkor returns with the last release before the annual Kahvi Summer Break. Slightly different in style from his previous release on Kahvi, Small Suburban Heartbeats is a multi-textured, epic, ambient trip into the unknown.

With tracks like 'Finally falling..' building up the expectations and setting the scene for the rest of the ep, and the truly epic and curiously named `20701` being the track of choice, I think this release has something for those die hard ambient fans along with the melodic idm followers.

small suburban heartbeats is the perfect compliment to those hot dry summer months spent languishing in the sun. Enjoy the summer and see you again soon!
   
 
 
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Advnt wrote on 19/04/11, 4:45 am
To date, my FAVOURTIE album from this site. THIS right here is what i think music should be all about - smooth, flowing ambience with real feeling and strong beats which do not dominate but neatly complement that ambience. Some subtle diversity which keeps the overal progression of the album strong.

One of my all time favourite tracks, from here and in general - "small heartbeat." Excellent - fantastic build and sustained beats. It is easy to get lost in a dreamworld with bliss such as this.

Please alkor, bless the world with more of this perfection.
 
nightmorph wrote on 18/10/08, 6:57 am
This album is freaking amazing. No, really. At least 5 stars. It's inspiring, ethereal, and picturesque. You need to listen to it!

More? More would be fantastic
 
arfink wrote on 23/09/08, 10:14 pm
After listening to Vangelis' album "The City" I like to listen to this album. This album moves us away from downtown and into the suburbs, the ever beating heart of society.
 
jefco wrote on 09/08/08, 1:25 am
awesome
 
discarburator wrote on 02/08/08, 12:41 am
nice summer album.
"not to hard not to soft..."
it is possible to do whatever I want listening to these tracks from studying to making sport.
Like it ! very much
 
Weldroid wrote on 29/07/08, 3:15 pm
Like it very much, especially on these great warm starlit summer nights. :-)
 
Workbench wrote on 24/07/08, 2:51 pm
Enjoyed this very much.
 
brioskj wrote on 23/07/08, 9:26 pm
Lately I've been very busy, finally i listened carefully to Alkor ep.
I agree with Tom Bragl: this music has a rich structure...and the amazing balance of the sounds has impressed me.
My fav tracks are 'small heartbeat' and 'the heart that went to the moon'
 
TomBragl wrote on 22/07/08, 1:21 pm
Interesting calming music with rich structure. my fav: "mortimer"
(Trzymaj tak dalej, rodaku :) )
 
umex wrote on 20/07/08, 4:41 pm
Hello Alkor!
I have just reviewed your album "small suburban heartbeats" on my weblog (umezawa.cocolog-nifty.com) by Japanese language. I think that many Japanese will find and enjoy your elegant music.
If you give any message for Japanese audience on my weblog, I will be so happy.
 
Pinja wrote on 15/07/08, 6:18 pm
I agree at 100% with Kenny Beltrey!
 
alkor wrote on 15/07/08, 2:23 pm
@kenny beltrey: thanks, finally somebody appreciates my favourite track of the EP ;) btw. yako emulator kicks ass :)
 
kenny beltrey wrote on 15/07/08, 9:43 am
very nice selection of sounds and moods.my personal favourite is "the heart that went to the moon" ... makes the perfect soundtrack.