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Morgen Wurde would like to invite you to drift through empty fields with abandoned farms, huge barns casting long shadows on overgrown fields. Their new release Brach Auf is filled with haunting ambient pads interlaced with vocals so dreamy that you’re not even sure they're real. And the packaging is equally beautiful.

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Limited art edition CD in gorgeous, bespoke, handmade packaging housed in a vintage 5” reel to reel tape box with photos, pack of seeds etc. Edition of 65 copies.

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Limited digipak CD on Time Released Sound. Edition of 100 copies.

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Brach Auf by Morgen Wurde
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8/10 Jamie 14 June 2016

Beautiful, emotive, cinematic ambient now from Kiel, Germany based artist, Morgen Wurde (Wolfgang Röttger). The droning synth on ‘Aufgehen’, at the beginning of the record, accompanied by haunting vocal, serve to lull the listener into a false sense of security before departing for soundscapes altogether more kaleidoscopic. The swirling synths on ‘Setzte über’ prepare the listener for the spaceyness of the ensuing ‘Erfüllten Sirenen’, with the vocal effects beguilingly not unlike Alison Goldfrapp’s only full of reverb and gauze-covered. The dronescape continues to stun on ‘Dachte immer’, before the unexpected contrasts of electronic noisebursts and tranquil moments of keyboard-led ambience on ‘Entbrannte’, and the hushed dynamics of ‘Ahnte nicht’. Juddering pulses like thunder intersperse the drones to announce the arrival of ‘Thronen’ and, on ‘Nicht verband’, the electroacoustic, plucked ambience returns once more to soothe. ‘Jemals wusste’ features the return of those gorgeous, echoed vocals before the drones, hums and throbs come back to carry us off into the unknown.

A deeply haunting experience.


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