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Eden - Expansions EP - out on Batterie Records



Eden Expansions EP
Eden - Expansions EP
(Digital) Batterie 011, 2011-01-14

Eden is a garden where everything we love and enjoy grows and flows. This is what the liner notes to Eden's debut album A Home for You say. Timo Weiner and Soenke Duewer, who is introducing his latest project A Green Meadow right here, adopted this idea. In two completely different electronic remixes, both of them present Eden's music from a DJ's perspective. The original songs are still unmistakably there, but new beats and sounds turn the initial folkjazz/singer-songwriter-soul into something definitely danceable.

Eden Expansions EP
Eden - Expansions EP
(Digital) Batterie 011, 2011-01-14

Tracklisting :
01 Uncountable Doors
02 Uncountable Doors (A Green Meadow Remix)
03 Solitude
04 Solitude (Timo Weiner's Isolated Remix)

Eden - Expansion EP by Batterie

Links :
eden-music.com
myspace.com/edenbatterie
parisdjs.com/index.php/tag/BATTERIE
batterie-records.com
myspace.com/batterierecords
soundcloud.com/batterie
twitter.com/batterierecords

Ute Lorenzen - Vocals
Sönke Düwer - Drums, Percussions, Guitar, Vocals
Charlotte Kracht - Cello & Vocals
Bene Aperdannier - Keyboards (Fender Rhodes, Wurlitzer)
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