Felix Martinz - Krimml
A beautiful haze of foggy notes and textured piano melodies open up Felix Martinz’s latest track, “Krimml.” The four and a half minute song is a great blend of neo-classical and ambient, filled with spacious swells in the background.
Having been inspired by the Austrian waterfall, Krimml, the song has a wonderful build up that is well paced and does a great job at allowing the piano melodies drift through. Once the momentum begins to pick up, we hear the piano take a brighter tone and are paired with a heavier low end, both creating a wholesome and well round atmosphere. I appreciate every aspect of the song but my favorite moment has to be the outro melody where we get to hear the piano cut loose and take its own path.
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