Vataff Project ‎– Kalitz

Aleph Zero Records ‎– AlephZ09
CD, Album

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1 Orpheus Forest
Flute [Kaval] – Veselin Mitev
2 Inner Beauty 9:41
3 Plasticine Bird (Album Edit) 11:26
4 Kalitz
Flute [Kaval] – Shtoni Kokudev
5 Patayasa 7:55
6 Mist
Flute [Kaval] – Veselin Mitev
7 Dvabrakia 8:35
8 Utc 6:22
9 Orale 8:55

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Written & produced at Port1 Studio, Sofia, Bulgaria.
Vocals on tracks 5, 7 and 9 performed by a female vocal group from the village of Beli Iskar, Samokov municipality, Bulgaria.

Packaged in a slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Only On Slipcase): 6 34479 73525 7
  • Matrix / Runout: ALEPHZ09 D1 3166436 CDI
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB82
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5F33

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AlephZ09 Vataff Project Kalitz(CD, Album, Promo) Aleph Zero Records AlephZ09 Israel 2008 Sell This Version


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October 12, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Absolutely unique. This is ambient at its finest. Just recently purchased it from Nokia Store and have already listened to it a number of times. It transports me to faraway places and that is generally what I look for in this style of music. Definitely one to have in your collection!


November 9, 2012

I second Nousagi's post :)


January 10, 2011

Aleph Zero is a well-known downtempo psy label. Here we have a rather interesting release from a fairly unknown artist before this album - Vataff Project.

What strikes us at first while listening to the album is that the style is completely unique. It is very mystic, at times even haunting. The cover represents it very well and the music inside would, indeed, be suited nicely in such forest during the night. The whole album doesn't deviate a lot from its style and is also mixed, creating the feeling of a set. There are many things that keep you interested throughout - typical Bulgarian instruments and vocals, different animal noises, subtle melodies and awesome beat patterns. It sucks you in so much that you cannot stop listening to it until it finishes. And the CD is barely not maxed-out (a big plus, especially nowadays)!

As a whole, this is one of the underrated albums floating around. It doesn't receive the recognition that it deserves. And, in my opinion, such a unique psy style should not go under the radar. Recommended!