Maddrigal - Stirring
It’s late at night, you can’t fall asleep and you find yourself wandering the halls, trying to find a way to put your mind at ease. You pick up a book in hopes that it will slowly guide you back to sleep but instead, a hauntingly beautiful song comes into the room. It’s filled with a dark and ambient soundscape, layers upon layers of texture and depth.
“Stirring” by the French producer Maddrigal (Tom Ribeaucourt) is the perfect backdrop for those sleepless nights as this calming yet distorted track showcases his exceptional talent.
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