Wanderwelle ‎– Lost In A Sea Of Trees

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Silent Season ‎– SSV11
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Limited Edition, Green Marbled Translucent
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Limited to 300 copies.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSV11 Wanderwelle Lost In A Sea Of Trees(2x12", Album, Ltd, RP) Silent Season SSV11 Canada 2017 Sell This Version
SSV11 Wanderwelle Lost In A Sea Of Trees(8xFile, WAV, Album) Silent Season SSV11 Canada 2017

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Nomiss66

Nomiss66

September 16, 2018
I will trade my copy SSV 13 for that one. Contact me
doyoutamarinds

doyoutamarinds

January 18, 2018
Something very special. . . . . . . .
architexture

architexture

December 29, 2017

Here is the album website with for more information and photos http://silentseason.com/ssv11/
brownfizzle

brownfizzle

December 9, 2017
I found this less than a month and a half after it was released and the vinyl was going for $90. Pissed I slept on it. So good.
bell-end

bell-end

November 28, 2017
Believe the hype!!! Almost inconceivably good.whats more,this was one of those records I bought on a whim! Can you imagine?!!
electropolyphonic

electropolyphonic

October 17, 2017
Beautiful release, but why is there no compact disc ?
Kokkospacemonkey

Kokkospacemonkey

October 9, 2017
beautiful record

at the crossroad between ambiant and dub techno.
the production is amazing, the pads are beautiful, the kick drums are soft and deep.

highly recommended
nostalgiatune

nostalgiatune

September 29, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

Melodic dub techno done right. Not a single dull moment in this album, all tracks are unique and outstanding, and progress very smoothly from one to another. This has to be my favorite melodic dub techno album since Yagya's Rigning
NorthernShore

NorthernShore

September 18, 2017

Outstanding album. A sound that goes deeper and deeper. Organic, liquid, smooth but also intense, cinematic and delightful.
Finally an album that tells a story. Missed this kind of approach or even if the approach was there, the execution wasn't convincing. This is a masterpiece of an album, a canvas of nature in its most thrilling form....
Phonographix

Phonographix

September 12, 2017

Repress on black vinyl out now, according to Silent Season on Twitter.