Sports football betting appKalabi : Music for Televisions Vol 2.|
Chillout music for late nights and early mornings.
The second volume of Music For Televisions, which continues the stripped back production style used on the first volume. Kalabi decided to go back to his early days of music making, when there were limited tracks and limited hardware. So, using only eight tracks for each song, and using only analog modelled keyboards, he has made an interesting addition to his growing catalog.
2. Air Miles
3. Chicken Dinner
4. Titillate An Ocelot
5. Travel And Sex
7. Ready For Ice Cream
8. Indirect Sunlight
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Release date: 02/17/2015
Kalabi lives in Cheshire England
Tagged as: Electronica, Downtempo, Chillout
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