KLINGER - Prisoners in Paradise
There’s something hauntingly beautiful about KLINGER’s recent track, “Prisoners in Paradise.” The tone of the piano carries with it a warm, organic feel and at moments it sounds as though there’s a slight amount of texture floating underneath.
The overall atmosphere has a hint of darkness to it which only added to my interest in this lovely neo-classical composition. This is my first run in with the composer, KLINGER and after listening to this track, I’ve now spent some time going through his work and hoping only more intimate, piano collections such as this are released.
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Melancholia laid bare, stripped back, then dissipating into thin air.
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