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Stereo Stickman fÄst review
Stylishly blending the calming, immersive nature of ambient sound design, with a clearly creative and uninhibited backbone of identity, producer and artist fÄst delivers a self-defined sensory experience like no other with this single.
Working its magic most notably at high volumes, the decidedly hypnotic and passionately crafted The Ocean Is Made Of Drops progresses through a fairly perfect five-minute life-span in a manner that feels consistently soothing yet unpredictable all at once. While there are fragments of familiar EDM and pop production, there are also dashes of distorted electric guitar, freestyle-like melodies, heavy hits of rhythm and lashings of reverb.
There’s a notably warped energy to many of the layers, yet it works – professionalism keeps things connecting, interesting yet engaging, and for all of these reasons this is something of an addictive new sound and style; and a rather stunning composition all in all.
Recognisable, and mesmerising in the way that all great escapism should be. An impressively alternative hit of creative freedom.
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The title “Beyond Words” pulls the listener into seemingly weightless spaces that are constructed through sound and groove.

Gentle color and motif changes, the integration of real and digital sounds, some of which fan out and alternate, as well as some rhythm and groove changes keep the listener’s ears subliminally attentive, while the consciousness can still drop. In line with the title, the voice is mainly used as a sound experience instrumentally and in a line-guiding manner – no words are needed, because the weightless gliding feeling is conveyed entirely or perhaps precisely by the lack of any text.

Jazz Concept, 2021

Mentions in Blogs and Magazines

Broken - The Further Review
Thanks to to the France-based music blog The Further for putting my Single “Broken” on their front page and their discoveries section.

“The drop was such an attractive and catchy electronic tune tinted with haunting synth. The mellow vocals mixed in with the Pop tempo makes the track incredibly hard to forget.”

Find the article here: The Further – German Producer Releases “Broken”
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Can't Reach You - P Stadtkulturmagazin Darmstadt
The local magazine in Darmstadt gave my second single “Can’t Reach You” a little mention in their September edition.

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