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Nice with Two Caveats

This is a very nice piece and a great addition to the growing bodies of work of both composers.

I'm deducting a star because of the jarring cut-off at the end of A2. I was worried at first that my mp3 was faulty. I would have much preferred a fade and don't like the jarring nature of an abrupt cut-off at all. A minor nitpick for sure but this single artistic decision definitely lessened my enthusiasm for the work.

It also would have been nice to include the Max Cooper remix (that's being included at some other sites) on iTunes as well.

This is a great EP

I agree about A2 being cut off abruptly but otherwise it is great and I wish both of these artists would release music more often.

Biography

Born: November 3, 1986 in Mosfellsbaer, Iceland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Ólafur Arnalds is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer who started as a drummer for a series of metal bands in his native Iceland. His entry into the neo-classical field was somewhat accidental. After German band Heaven Shall Burn heard some solo demo material, they asked him to provide piano-and-string pieces for their 2004 album Antigone. The Erased Tapes label heard the album, was impressed with Arnalds' contributions, and contacted him about recording a full album of material in that...
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