Nigh on two years have passed since the Munich maestros provided us with a full screen, full length collection of freshness. But here we finally are, wallowing in the balmy tide of Suzanne Kraft's Balearic rippler "Tides", strutting to the glistening hypnotica and Royksoppisms of Alex Burkat's "Brooklyn Bridge", hip-swinging and playing mean air pipes to Young Marco's "Dreamless" and melting.
supported by 7 fans who also own “Permanent Vacation 4” An interesting collection. Many songs have some of that special Warp/Artificial Intelligence sound without sounding like copycats. Nice arrangement of tracks, too. I like this! Scott. go to album.
A decade has passed since Tom Bioly and Benjamin Frohlich launched their Permanent Vacation label with a compilation of the same name. This fourth instalment sticks to the same formula as its predecessors, serving up evocative, emotion rich music that s tickled the fancy of Bioly and Frohlich over the last two years. Predictably, there s much to enjoy throughout, from the hammock fresh.
Aug 31, · But if that concept sounds like a cliché then so do the chimes, breezy synths, chanting and flutes in Carrot Green's "Vodou." Plenty of other "beachy" signifiers find their way into Permanent Vacation 4. Prins Emanuel's "Ivys Boogie" has funk bass and wah-wah guitar with the swagger of a man in Speedos, Hi & Saberhägen's woozy "Spreepark /5.