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Projekt has a free sampler to share

Projekt Records has brought tons of great music to the world, but if you're new to them and need a little try-before-you-buy, there's a new sampler for you. This one provides a view into some of their electronic music tending towards the ambient side, featuring Robert Rich, Forrest Fang, Erik Wøllo, and more.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-07-07

Cover art for The Hues of InfinitySome of the tracks are from albums we've reviewed here, including Blue Radiance, Letters to the Farthest Star, and Skeleton Keys. These are some great sounds, folks, so don't pass up this opportunity. It's one of those "name your price" things, so you're free to pay what you can/like (including $0, but you wouldn't do that, would you? – not that anyone would judge you).

Follow the link below for treasure that's right out in the open.


Filed under: New releases, Archives

Related artist(s): As Lonely as Dave Bowman, Forrest Fang, Steve Roach, Dirk Serries / Vidna Obmana / Fear Falls Burning, Erik Wøllo, Alio Die (Stefano Musso)

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http://projektrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-hues-of-infinity-free

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