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Oceans Of Sound

by Purl & Sinius

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Surrealistic H. Sapiens
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Surrealistic H. Sapiens Loving the quality of this album, all tracks sound so smooth and serene. Its a great album for long listening sessions also, you could listen to the whole album without wanting to switch to something else. 10/10! Favorite track: Blue Water.
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rikm A near perfect meeting of musical minds, resulting in a stunningly beautiful chilled album perfect for Sunday morning come downs or any other time of the day that you want to get away from the real world and drift in a sea of musical bliss...
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The Green Octopus I can safely say now that Purl (Ludvig Cimbrelius) and Sinius (Daljit Kundit) should likely be two of the most watched ambient artists. On Oceans of Sound, rightly so, melodies swim and cascade in a sort of underwater bliss, the sunlight breaking into the upper oceanic layers, backed by lush atmospheric textures. The sounds harken to the likes of Carbon Based Lifeforms, Biosphere, Thom Brennan, or Solar Fields. I am thoroughly, thoroughly enjoying this collaboration. Favorite track: Bonus - Not of This World (Parallel Dimension).
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Blue Water 11:32
Cascade 10:04


A transcendental journey into the oceans of sound within.

This album is a result of the convergence between the inner worlds of Ludvig Cimbrelius and Daljit Kundi.

Conceived 2012, completed 2013 and released 2016.

– Featured and reviewed by A STRANGELY ISOLATED PLACE –

There exists a subtle boundary between ambient music and beat-driven electronica. Dub-techno for example, is an obvious style and by that, I mean it often exists within a particular realm, with particular patterns, instruments and recognizable synths - it's hard to perfect but all too often, easy to replicate. And it's not often you find artists that leave you wondering where a piece fits all-together within that spectrum. Not everything has to be tagged or labelled, or even 'fit', but by the very nature of you struggling to place it, makes it all that more interesting and intriguing.

One artist that continues to blur the boundaries of ambient music, is Purl. Ludvig's releases on Dewtone and Silent Season, have helped establish this expansive, bubbly, organic style which he is now synonymous for, and his latest album alongside Sinius, on Eternell, is another stamp on his lush, silky take on beat-driven ambient music.

With each track averaging around ten-minutes, Purl & Sinius' music is allowed the time and patience to grow and emerge. Be it a tiny cocoon, or a time-lapse of an entire habitat's emergence, each piece holds a sentiment that stays true throughout, yet develops unto itself as if it were an ever-expanding organism. It's this deep attention to detail that enriches each listen, and the swathes of glistening ambience that continue to carry you through like a bird soaring high in a jet-stream, looking down amongst the minute detail of the earths canopy. Crossing dense jungles, hitting blankets of fog, emerging in-front of majestic plains, this music moves you from all angels, and demands more attention.

It's an interesting partnership on paper, but one that makes complete sense once you're soaring with the transcending pads that no doubt come from Bass 'Flo's (Sinius) previous production experience (and who's Discogs page notes an upcoming album with Ulrich Schnauss no-less). Combined with Purl's organic and nurtured detail, it's a must listen to anyone that cares for ambient music.

With so much detail amongst the ten pieces, mentioning individual tracks is like reviewing an entire album in itself. Oceans Of Sound, is best left up to you and the majestic night sky; or like the album art suggests, the beautiful dance of mother nature.


released February 5, 2016

Written and produced by Ludvig Cimbrelius & Daljit Kundi

Arrangement, mixing and mastering by Ludvig Cimbrelius

Artwork by Ludvig Cimbrelius

First edition released in collaboration with AM4 Productions


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Eternell Sweden

〰 a Window to Eternity 〰

My name is Ludvig Cimbrelius and I've heard music in my mind all my life. I often try to give it form.

Music is a language capable of expressing glimpses of the depths of beauty and wonder that resides within us all.

I share my music with the wish that it may help you feel a deeper resonance with your own Inner Being – the loving essence of Who You Are.
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