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Kratos Himself - A Town Called Imaginarium (Snippets)

Jus Like Music on June 13, 2013 16:31

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    Artist: Kratos Himself
    Title: A Town Called Imaginarium
    Format: Digital Download
    Mastered: Deon Custom
    Cat No.: JLMDE011

    Kratos Himself is from the Netherlands. A Town Called Imaginarium is his new EP on Jus Like Music Records that he states is dedicated to the imagination of whoever is listening. It's a downtempo instrumental EP featuring additional instrumentation from bass player Marc Machielse, plus singers Ditte de Muynck and K.J.B.

    Blending the organic with the electronic, A Town Called Imaginarium is a beautiful EP that straddles a line between soundscape and song, with ethereal melodies and tight jazz breaks.

    A relative newcomer to the scene, Kratos Himself - AKA Jethro Hopmans - appeared on Project:MOONCIRLCE's 10th Anniversary compilation, plus he has collaborated with Deon Custom and is currently working on new material with Jesse Futerman.

    A Town Called Imaginarium is certain to turn a lot of heads, and to turn a lot of people on to the man Kratos Himself - a name you're sure to be hearing a lot more from now on.

    RELEASED: 24 June, 2013

    Tracklisting:

    01. Imaginarium
    02. Remember
    03. Ayahuasca
    04. Lucid
    05. This Town
    06. Don't Call Me
    07. Till We Meet Again

    http://kratoshimself.bandcamp.com/

    Released by: Jus Like Music
    Release/catalogue number: JLMDE011

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