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The lost planet of Davus can only be contacted and observed from here. It's a filmic fantasy land , where nothing is real and magic reigns - strange and mystical music to enhance your dreams.

Tracks Listed In: The lost planet of Davus

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Blue Alien Water Planet (36.08MB) - See more info.
A weird, abient, soft and tranquil mixture of Indonesian gamelan, hand pan, and synthesisers.
Dave Yowell
Blue Alien Water Planet-Handpan and Gamelans (36.08MB) - See more info.

A weird, abient, soft and tranquil mixture of Indonesian gamelan and hand pan.

Dave Yowell
Blue Alien Water Planet-handpan-Gamelans-saw (36.08MB) - See more info.

A weird, abient, soft and tranquil mixture of Indonesian gamelan, hand pan, and musical wood saw.

Dave Yowell
Brave New Wind Up (10.99MB) - See more info.
Tension building, ominous, percussion, with a drone adding a feeling of impending doom or action.
Dave Yowell
Breaking Bedlam-ambient mix (26.08MB) - See more info.

Ambient, organic electric guitar with floating piano and swirling synthesizers, giving a strange slightly sad and tense feeling.

Gringo Loco
Bright Polka Waltz-cues combo (18.81MB) - See more info.

A bright and bouncy Polka-Waltz from Easter Europe.

Sultan Makendé
Broken Bad Mad (7.57MB) - See more info.

Thrashing heavy and tense underscore - combination of FX, synthesizers and a virtuoso drum solo.

Sultan Makendé
Broken Bad Mad-drum kit (11.8MB) - See more info.

A fast, tense and urgent build up of solo drum kit mayhem, giving a very tense feeling.

Sultan Makendé
Bunkalong-cues composite (12.07MB) - See more info.

A fast and pumping organic fusion of very diverse influences, combining funk, jazz, and loads of exotic percussion from many far and distant lands.

Sultan Makendé
Bunkalong-full version (49.97MB) - See more info.

A fast and pumping organic fusion of very diverse influences, combining a string orchestra, funk, jazz, and loads of exotic percussion from many far and distant lands.

Sultan Makendé

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