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Album Review

A seminal, almost fabled release spanning two CDs and recorded in real time (no pre- or post-production and no overdubs). Remarkably engaging for its simplicity, the set was subsequently reissued by popular demand and spawned a pair (and counting) of follow-ups in the series.

Customer Reviews


We've waited a long time for this and it doesn't disappoint. Another hour of gloriously warm, melodic and touching ambience from Pete and Tetsu. If you like this, be sure to try the Silence series too, also on FAX.

a trip into the dream time

If you were to take a boat ride on a salt water river in the dark.... thick liquid sounds ..wonderful sleep sounds.. music for the inner cinema.

love it

Calm, soothing, warm, peaceful, ambient electronica.


Born: 1960 in Frankfurt, Germany

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

If most artists in contemporary electronica are like islands unto themselves, turning out tracks in relative anonymity, Pete "Namlook" Kuhlmann was a whole continent. A dizzyingly prolific composer who steadily built up an entire industry around his Frankfurt-based Fax label, Namlook's name was inextricably linked with the post-rave resurgence of ambient music, and many of his solo and collaborative recordings with the likes of Mixmaster Morris, Tetsu Inoue, Klaus Schulze, Bill Laswell, Richie Hawtin,...
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