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Berlin-school solo project by keyboard player Dirk Jan Müller of Electric Orange.
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Cosmic Ground - Cosmic Ground album art Cosmic Ground Cosmic Ground (Album, MiniAlbum) Studio Fleisch Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - 2 album art Cosmic Ground 2 (Album) Studio Fleisch UK 2015 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - III album art Cosmic Ground III (Album) Adansonia Records Germany 2016 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - The Watcher album art Cosmic Ground The Watcher (MiniAlbum) Not On Label (Cosmic Ground Self-released) Germany 2016 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - Live album art Cosmic Ground Live (Album) Adansonia Records Germany 2017 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - IV album art Cosmic Ground IV (Album) Studio Fleisch Germany 2018 Sell This Version
Cosmic Ground - Relics Vol.2 album art Cosmic Ground Relics Vol.2 Not On Label (Cosmic Ground Self-released) Germany 2018
none Cosmic Ground - Relics Vol.3 album art Cosmic Ground Relics Vol.3(5xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Cosmic Ground Self-released) none Germany 2018
none Cosmic Ground - Relics Vol.1 album art Cosmic Ground Relics Vol.1(4xFile, FLAC) Not On Label (Cosmic Ground Self-released) none Germany 2018

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tom807

tom807

October 11, 2017
Not only does Cosmic Ground (for the most part Dirk Muller, from the neo-Krautrock band Electric Orange) have the desire and talent to be highly influenced by The mid-1970s era Tangerine Dream sect of Berlin Scholl electronic minimalism, but most importantly - he has the equipment to pull it off, including the mighty Moog Modular system (the real thing, not a software based virtual program). He also uses the proto-typical Mellotron, in this case, a modern electronic version of the clunky unreliable tape-based unit of old. But he knows how to use it to great, spacey, lysergic effect/affect, writing side-long tone-poems that melt in one’s mind. For the REAL experience, I have beg borrowed and “stole” enough funds to eventually acquire all the releases on vinyl. Go for it. My fave album is “Live”.
synthsaint

synthsaint

August 31, 2017
Great Berlin-school follower. Minimalistic approach - max. expressiveness. It has the spice.

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