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First in a series of releases under my ambient moniker...

 

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Based around field recordings made during a day trip to Delamere Forest in April 2017. From the walk to the station, the train ride, to entering the forest and beyond into nightfall...

I hope you enjoy listening to this journey as much as I enjoyed making it.
 
Released December 25, 2017

Written & produced by The Last Ambient Hero.
Created using Doepfer & Future Retro sequencers and a couple of my favourite synths.
Thanks to Lucy and Steve.

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Hey - 

Delamere CDs sold out very quickly - thanks to all that bought one.  As the next release is nearly ready to go, I thought I'd celebrate by giving away some free BC codes for Delamere - 

 


 

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Cheers all!

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