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LUX – Anita Brevik, Trondheimsolistene & Nidarosdomens Jentekor (FLAC 5.1 Download)

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The powerhouse team of Anita Brevik, the Trondheim Soloists, and Nidarosdomens Jentekor returns again for this glorious and dimensional performance. Engineered and recorded by Morten Lindberg, LUX is the third release in a conceptual trio made in the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim, Norway. With hauntingly beautiful string layers, choral voices, and textured instrumentation, the album is a Requiem commemorating victims of the 2011 massacre in Utøya. The album is nominated for a Grammy in the 2020 Best Immersive Audio Album category.

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Chamberland (Berlin Mix) – David Miles Huber (FLAC 5.1 Download)

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David Miles Huber is a four-time Grammy nominated producer and musician in the electronic dance and surround-sound genres, whose music has sold over a million albums. His dance performance style is energized and balanced out by lush beats and live acoustic instruments that combine to create a “Zen-meets-Tech” experience. Comprised of 8 songs that evoke color, emotion, and attitude, “Chamberland (Berlin Mix)” was created and produced in Seattle and Berlin, and was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Surround Sound Album category in 2015.

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The Savior – A Bad Think (FLAC 5.1 Download)

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A Bad Think is a one-man project driven by Michael Marquart, record producer and multi-instrumentalist who writes and performs all of his tracks with help from the industry’s top studio musicians. His latest release, “The Savior,” is a beautifully 5.1 mastered double album consisting of 18 songs of modern progressive rock. Produced by Marquart with Dave Way (Beck, Foo Fighters), and mixed by Bob Clearmountain (Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi), the album was recorded in Los Angeles at Windmark Recording and is distributed by The Orchard.

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Feel Me (Single) – A Bad Think (FLAC 5.1 Download)

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“Feel Me,” the primary single released from A Bad Think’s The Savior, contemplates a state of reality as singer-songwriter, Michael Marquart, enters a new stage of his life and career. With its lyrics (“They just don’t feel it anymore”), the track seems to emanate a feeling of exhaustion, juxtaposed with energetic melodies that represent Marquart’s persistent fervor for life. Written by Marquart himself, the intimate track stands out as the album’s star single, while simultaneously fitting perfectly in its place within the double album’s larger narrative.