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  1. Raise - EP Christian Löffler Electronic · Preview SONG TIME Chord. 1. PREVIEW Glare. 2. PREVIEW Raise. 3. PREVIEW Core. 4. PREVIEW 4 Songs, 26 Minutes.
  2. Graal (Prologue) by Christian Löffler, released 05 April 1. Ry 2. Running (feat. Josephine Philip) 3. Bird 4. Like Water (feat. Mohna) 5. Refu 6. Graal Christian Löffler has always been driven by a desire to be creative. In his early teens he would draw and dabble in painting, trying to capture if not a specific feeling, then the essence of something.
  3. Feb 01,  · Christian Löffler - 'Glare' 'Raise EP' Label OUT FEBRUARY 15, video by Ronni Shendar
  4. Christian Löffler – Raise EP ( Christian Löffler is a good man to turn to at such times. Last summer's Heights EP on Ki managed to be richly, straightforwardly melodic without being to sound fresh and cumulatively euphoric. 'Glare' and 'Cord' offer similar, albeit more melancholic pleasures. Löffler's project might risk.
  5. Heights, an EP by Christian Löffler. Released 14 April on Ki (catalog no. KI; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Tech House.
  6. Christian Löffler is co-founder of Ki Records and well known for his intense, deep moving sound with melancholic undertones. He started to play music at the age of But living in a secluded region near the Baltic Sea, without a musical surrounding, he had to teach himself the essentials of .
  7. Mar 18,  · Being asked to describe his own music, Christian Loeffler states that he tries to combine melancholy with euphoria. “All my music is connected by a gloomy spirit, which is minted by a warm sincerity. I try to merge all kinds of different acoustic colors to obtain this feeling in my music.” Loeffler started to play music by the age of
  8. Highly melodic downbeat 4/4 from Glitterbug's label. 'Chord' opens the EP with a swirl of minor-key organ and simply spun beats before 'Glare' continues in similar form, perhaps reminiscent of some of Lawrence's most melodious output. The EP's title track is even better, tingling with bitcrushed chimes before building up to a more full-blooded, rolling production. Finally, 'Core.

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