AF001 - Kilunga EP

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    ancient 4-tracker on black vinyl in hand-printed cover. the record contains 3 tracks by Foxdevilswild, Alma & Mater, Philipp Fein plus an extra track by Johannes Klingebiel exclusively on vinyl (digital only on bandcamp).

    Includes unlimited streaming of Kilunga EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Includes unlimited streaming of AF001 - Kilunga EP via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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ANCIENT FUTURE RECORDS shares its first outing through the incarnation of the KILUNGA EP. Facing the future, but remembering all things that have been, we are focussed on the universal presence, the eternal here and now. Four tracks by four artists guide us through this constant state of nowness. First up is FOXDEVILSWILD, whose "Steppenwolf" rides on through endless mystic plains at a leisurely pace. PHILIPP FEIN then carries on with "Cogitatio", a deep reflection that will not only touch our minds, but even more so our bodies. The flipside brings us JOHANNES KLINGEBIEL's muzzy "You", which lulls us into some more enigmatic spheres. The mysterious duo ALMA & MATER eventually kick us back into razor-sharp clearness, by making our minds clap in the most groovy of ways.




Something had happened. But our minds were too nebulized, our visions to blurry to remember what it was. When we stopped searching for our inner and outer selves in past tenses we eventually fully realized it was the future we had to sharpen our senses for. In the things that lay upon us, things that were bound to happen, we would find shelter. That universally necessitated shelter, which we could rely on, would give us possibilities to conquer unseen grounds to walk on. Only then we would find out it was not us envisioning this new land, but the land that envisioned us, that saw us firmly walking on its unspeakable grounds, allowing us to go wherever we could imagine ourselves to go to. We fly toward grace.

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released August 28, 2014

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