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Normala – Hearin’ Colors

Free Music |  | August 25, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Normala – Hearin’ Colors
01 - Fabrics Of My Mind (70 BPM)
02 - Enter The Garden (80 BPM)
03 - Soulserene (90 BPM)
04 - Who Are You (70 BPM)
05 - Hammock Nap (70 BPM)
06 - Dreamwards Again (110 BPM)
07 - Through The Endless Rainbow (75 BPM)
08 - Should I Wake Up (85 BPM)
09 - Hearin' Colors (80 BPM)

Croatian producer and audio engineer Normala (Šime Alavanja) has been perfecting his art and building a following for many years. Finally he presents his debut album, Hearin’ Colors, on Timewave Records. Inspired by nature, and the perception of its beauty through altered states of consciousness, he has created an album where each and every track is a magical and peaceful journey of the mind and soul. Mastering by Normala at Svarog Studio with artwork by Daniel Ozankovic.

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10 Comments

  • Claudio says:

    Unusual melodies that make you really feel the music through the colors of a world different from your own. Very nice.

  • Flux says:

    Dont like it & dont undersant what’s so special about it. Not my tee cup!

  • Shaman Flux says:

    This album was magnificent! I really enjoyed it!

  • Nemesis Fixx says:

    Just a few seconds into the first track, and I felt this was going to be an awesome trip!

    Somehow, for me, sometimes Downtempo just rules them all!

    The drums and twisted scapes in “Soulserene” awoke the shaman in me.

    “Hammock Nap”, and I was wanting to lie down…

    If you listen to “Should I Wake Up” at the peak of a trip, you definitely wouldn’t want to wake up, but if you’re on the other slope, then this song makes u want to check outside the window, amazing!

    “Hearin’ Colors” drove me into the visual…

    This album is soothing, amazing and not haunting. A lovely trip.

  • Sure, Flux. Everyone can have their own opinions. But this is some top quality production, whether your tastes prefer it or not.

  • pyc says:

    “Dont like it & dont undersant what’s so special about it. Not my tee cup!” +1

  • Nefig says:

    I think people complaining about this music should invest more than $15 in their audio gear ;)
    It does make a lot of difference and $1000 can go a long way..

  • kitrinos says:

    Very nice psychill music! To me, it sounds a bit different than most of its genre. I dig it!

  • Nymphomania says:

    There are some very good elements to this production, but it feels sterile and sequenced; you can’t just use a sample/preset of a flute/guitar and expect it to sound like the real thing! I would prefer a sound that has nothing to do with a real instrument than a one-dimensional imitation of one.

    I love the ‘ethno’ element to psychill if it feels a bit more authentic, but this is just pure cheese, a good example is “Enter the Garden”.


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