Quelche - The Leaves Fall
The London based producer and composer Quelche recently released the track, “The Leaves Fall” and it showcases his unique ability to combine ambient soundscapes and cinematic moments. Having a career as a studio technician and having had his work appear in National Geographic, Volvo and Nissan commercials, Quelche has an impressive talent at creating wondrous atmospheres.
“The Leaves Fall” has a natural, organic beauty about it. From the warm strings to the plucked melodies and textures underneath, it’s a heart felt piece that I’ve had on repeat for a good while now. It’s remarkable how well Quelche has carved out a cozy and enjoyable soundscape that is perfect to escape to.
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