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Phone Booth Robbers

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  1. Thank you very much for your feedback and support! And you are right; I didn't think about the right section, I'm sorry. I was just happy to find my login credentials again and searched for the topic of Falling Into One, and then I started a similar one in the same section. If any moderator/admin wants to move this to the right section, please do.
  2. As a follow-up to my debut album 'Falling Into One' , I am glad to finally present 'Notes To Yourself', a 13 track album with a bunch of melodic downtempo electronic, with a pinch of psychedelic. It took some time to get it finished, but I am very happy with the result. Mastered by Jeffrey van der Schilden (Easily Embarassed). The amazing artwork is again done by Steve Willis aka Light Wizard. Listen and download the full album on Bandcamp Listen online on Spotify Listen online on Apple Music
  3. A dreamy chillout track with a sweet little melody.
  4. I just finished a little chill out track called 'flux'. Enjoy & feel free to comment and share. https://soundcloud.com/phone-booth-robbers/phone-booth-robbers-flux
  5. Hi all, A new psybient track: https://soundcloud.com/phone-booth-robbers/phone-booth-robbers-on-the My 2013 debut album is still freely available: http://www.psynews.org/forums/index.php/topic/66723-psychill-phone-booth-robbers-falling-into-one-omnitropic/?p=1019721 http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/phone-booth-robbers-falling-into-one#comment-58673
  6. Thank you very much! If you know anyone who also might be interested, please feel free to share!
  7. Hi all, I am proud to present to you my very own debut album 'Falling Into One': Omnitropic presents Falling Into One, the debut full-length album by Phone Booth Robbers a psychedelic downtempo project from the town of Hoofddorp in The Netherlands. Phone Booth Robbers began creating music in the mid-nineties, gradually shifting from early trance music to richly melodic downtempo and electronica inspired by acts like Shpongle, Ott, Bluetech, Ozric Tentacles, and Easily Embarrassed. Mastered by Jeffrey van der Schilden at EE Music Studio, The Netherlands, with photography by Steven Willis. Free download on Ektoplazm: http://www.ektoplazm.com/free-music/phone-booth-robbers-falling-into-one Comments are highly appreciated & enjoy listening!
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