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Liquid Sunlight by Brevyn

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Released:August 25th, 2018

Following Brevyn's single release on Vulpiano Records for Netlabel Day 2018, 'Sea Cave / Indigo' ( comes a re-release of their delightfully summery 'Liquid Sunlight' album, complete with bonus tracks ("Drinking the Dream", "Dark Depths") and an updated track order. 

More about 'Liquid Sunlight' From Brevyn: 
Liquid Sunlight was inspired by synth/sequencer-based new age of the 80s and early 90s like Vangelis, Spencer Nilsen [mostly his work on the Sega CD Ecco The Dolphin music] & Suzanne Ciani. Since this sort of music is often dismissed as pure cheese I wanted to contrast that presumption by emphasizing it’s more mysterious edges. 

This is not to say I think it can’t be good or effective without that sort of twist. But I also just wanted to explore that particular nostalgic yet haunting feeling certain pieces by say, Emerald Web or Vangelis captured really beautifully. You know, the twinkle of synth bells / flute in an old fantasy animation’s credits roll, which became strangely eerie as time went by and/or as the VHS got wonky. Even the way some 90s weather channel music sounds could apply. I felt sunsets were another thing I came to associate with this feeling, hence the one in the cover. 

I wanted to evoke a lost paradise, one surrounded by colorful nature with something sinister at work. The genuine beauty I heard in these songs and the motivation to create something similar myself - and without irony - are big parts of what led me to make this album. 

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Liquid Sunlight
01. Orange Eventide (03:28)
03. Siren's Call (02:36)
04. Moonbow (03:05)
05. Tranquil Bay (04:12)
07. Dark Depths (06:43)
08. Sounding Echo (02:31)
09. Melting Pearls (02:30)
10. Waterwalk (02:12)
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