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Maximilian Kovalzki - The Day After Tomorrow EP download mp3 album
Performer:
Maximilian Kovalzki
Album:
The Day After Tomorrow EP
Style:
Techno, Minimal, Tech House, House
Released:
2012
FLAC vers. size:
1675 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1201 mb
WMA vers. size:
1268 mb
Other formats
AC3 MP3 MPC TTA APE DXD DMF
Rating:
4.5 ★
Votes:
131

Maximilian Kovalzki Fly To The Sky. 06:29.

Tobias Näf aka Maximilian Kovalzki from Zurich shows his understanding of music on this 5th release on Rauscharm, a little jubilee! After some weeks of work in the brackground, the compilation of tracks sound to be of one piece. The Day After Tomorrow is a summerly and moving piece of music with the unmistakable Kovalzki-pad and some cool vocal fragments.

The Day After Tomorrow is the second studio album of American hip hop recording artist Maino. The album was released on February 28, 2012 via Atlantic Records and E1 Music. The album features guest appearances from . Meek Mill, Roscoe Dash and Lloyd Banks among others. The album was originally scheduled to be released on October 4, 2011 but it got pushed back to February 28, 2012.

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Tracklist

1 Fly To The Sky 6:29
2 Langstrasse 1:00
3 Russian Deepness 5:15
4 The Day After Tomorrow 6:15

Credits

  • Artwork – Ceyhun Karaman
  • Mastered By – Harun Gezici

Notes

Tobias Näf aka Maximilian Kovalzki from Zurich shows his understanding of music on this 5th release on Rauscharm, a little jubilee! After some weeks of work in the brackground, the compilation of tracks sound to be of one piece.

“Russian Deepness” is just as its name suggests, a deep and somehow minimal track, to be listened to on the road or with headphones. “The Day After Tomorrow” is a summerly and moving piece of music with the unmistakable Kovalzki-pad and some cool vocal fragments. “Fly To The Sky” with its piano and vocals gives the track a pop-like mood and of course could also be listened to with headphones.

Mastering Harun Gezici.

The whole release, including covers and traditional noise track, is available on: http://www.archive.org/compress/rschrm05