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Greys

While Daniel is playing a revived Vermona string machine from 1978, Sebastian is improvising on cello. We produced the string machine’s distinctive deep tremolo repetitions with a contemporary analogue Vermona multieffect. Listen closely to all the different tones of grey.
previously unreleased

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Eichenthal 302

Following our ‘Neighbour’ duology, we remember those people hiding out underground in a fallout shelter near the small East German town Eichenthal while all those fundamental changes took place on the surface. Nowadays, Bunker 302 serves as a museum. Listen to the different facets of this dark tremolo and delay on the cello and the anticipating rolling thunder in the piano.
previously unreleased

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So delighted to announce, that Flying Hórses inspiring album is out now.
find it here: http://bsd-link.com/reverie

it’s the first album collabo w/ Jade
we recorded Sebastian‘s cello at our Klingenthal Studio

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credits:
Piano, celesta, vibraphone, music boxes – Jade Bergeron
Cello (All tracks except for Sorg Sea I & II) – Sebastian Selke
Vibraphone (Absolution, Stillness) – Jeff Kingsbury
Cornet, drum (Sorg Sea I & II) – Charles Spearin
Cello (Sorg Sea I & II) – Alex Mah
Guitar (Sorg Sea I & II) – Kathleen Edwards
Double Bass (Sorg Sea I & II) – Brock Geiger

Piano, music boxes engineered by Alex Gamble at Union Sound Company in Toronto, Canada

Cello (All tracks except for Sorg Sea I & II) engineered by Daniel Selke at Klingenthal Studio in Potsdam, Germany

Vibraphone, cornet, drum, cello, guitar, double bass (Sorg Sea I & II) engineered by Nyles Spencer at The Banff Centre in Banff, Canada

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Written and produced by Flying Hórses
Mixed by Nyles Spencer at The Bathouse Studio in Bath, Ontario
Mastered by Phillip Shaw Bova at Bova Lab in Ottawa, Canada
Artwork and layout by Patrick Buck
Flying Hórses Copyright 2018 ©
credits
released February 22, 2019
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WÆNDE
Neighbour I

The first piece of the ‘Neighbour’ duology exposes you to a persisting cello pad accompanied by meditative delay cycles and minimalist piano chords. As mentioned before, the walls in those prefab panelhouses were quite thin and our neighbours could hear every single minute of our practise. Some neighbours took this rather easy…
previously unreleased

X to Neue Meister, Friedrich Störmer, Martyn Heyne, Anne Krausz, Katharina Tress, Julia Grüßing, Wyndham Wallace, Hanna Komornitzyk and Torsten Posselt

 

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Rectangles

Rectangles
In addition to the delay effect, we established a grainy beat by use of a sequenced multiple resonant filter on cello.
The piano underscores this trance-like atmosphere by mounting up deep chords from low to high.
Can you see the rectangles surrounding the playground?
In the end, the buildings were nothing more than giant, geometrical shapes.
previously released single

X to Neue Meister, Friedrich Störmer, Martyn Heyne, Anne Krausz, Katharina Tress, Julia Grüßing, Wyndham Wallace, Hanna Komornitzyk and Torsten Posselt

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