Drone Echoes

by Wolfgang Merx

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Theo This album came out on the first day of the year 2017, and it already feels like a contender for my end-of-year list. An excellent drone ambient album. Favorite track: Interstellar.
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1.
The Sea I 02:55
2.
Interstellar 12:42
3.
Dark Waters 02:30
4.
Drone & Solo 03:25
5.
Improv I 03:01
6.
Forest 03:28
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Improv II 02:10
9.
Ripple 06:30
10.
The Sea II 04:59

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released January 1, 2017

This is the other side of the Drone Trilogy ("Ghost Drones", "Vanguard" and "Chrome Dreams"). These tracks were recorded during these sessions and stand as the starting points of certain songs from the Drone Trilogy or simply are new. "Drone Echoes" is the first of two releases revisiting the Drone Trilogy sessions, the other one being "Drone Variations" (yet to be released).

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For Keith Emerson, Greg Lake and all other brilliant people who left us in 2016. Rest In Peace!

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All tracks recorded and produced by Wolfgang Merx at The Basement.

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Wolfgang Merx – Keyboards, Synthesizers, Bleeping, Droning, Traps, Buttons & other tricks

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Cover art by Volker Gericke (c).

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Wolfgang Merx Cologne, Germany

Born and living close to Düsseldorf and Köln, Wolfgang Merx started creating music in 2007 and releasing it in 2009. Since 2018, he streams live music from his studio on Twitch. His mix of electronic, ambient and drone music is mostly inspired by Berlin School (Klaus Schulze, Tangerine Dream), 70s progressive rock (Emerson, Lake & Palmer, King Crimson) and jazz (Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock). ... more

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