"ambient fullness characteristic of the whole EP…"
Greetings, dear readers. The (7*5)th edition of Discogkahvi covers the 35th release of Kahvi Collective, a delightful 4-song EP by new-at-the-time Kahvi Artist Mindflower, AKA Uwe Holland. It’s packed with several times your daily recommended allowance of ambient vibes, and is good background music for whatever your night’s mischief is. The archive distributed on Kahvi Collective is missing Calm, the first track, but you can find with some proper google fu, the remainder here on Kahvi. The fourth song is not a standout, but a good bookend to the EP:
Long, sustained synths, and wobbling percussion play for 45 seconds, till some hi-hats provide some cadence, and then invite their friend, a syncopated synth in to the tune. Minute thirty sees a proper lead. New agey. I wish Enya went down with the damn Titanic. Barely past two minutes, some righteous banging bass sounds. Makes the new age kinda worth it, hah. Round 2:50, less banging, more a more pensive, reverbed sound. The track has the ambient fullness characteristic of the whole EP. Our friend the banging is back at three and nineteen, the pensive sounds laid atop, till it fades at 3:50, the track seeing itself, and the finality of the EP out stage left.