John Beltran - Childhood Memories
The textures swirling about in John Beltran’s latest track, “Childhood Memories” is pure bliss that can bring anyone back to their youth. It’s a minimal, ambient piece that features various samples of what summer time in Michigan sounds and feels like.
“Childhood Memories” is part of a recent campaign by Pure Michigan that brings listeners on a sunrise to sunset, coast to coast tour of the beautiful state. It’s an ambient release and one filled with lovely minimal moments and soundscapes for listeners to get lost in. Pure Sounds of Michigan is a powerful reminder of the importance of nature, and a persuasive invitation to come explore the range of beauty that Michigan holds.
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