You may remember this post from a few short months ago where I announced a collaboration project with my good friend and fellow SharePoint/Musician Geoff Varosky that we are calling "VR". Well, today I'm very happy and proud to announce to you the fruits of our collaboration in the form of our debut album VR:1. …
“… It’s important for me that this story is being told.”
Vehlinggo is proud to present something new to the blog: A podcast featuring an artist discussing one of their albums in-depth. For this and the next several weeks, the blog will feature Code Elektro (AKA Martin Ahm) discussing each of the 11 cuts on Wolf, his most recent album and one that has earned him global accolades and a legion of fans.
Art by Kilian Eng and Niclas Mortensen.
The Denmark-based Ahm’s talented work comprises some of the most compelling, well-performed, and well-arranged instrumental synth albums out there — pairing his own intuition with inspiration from the likes of Vangelis, Daft Punk, and John Carpenter. He got our attention in 2015 with Superstrings before unleashing Wolf last year.
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Imagine reading Stephen King's magnum opus along with music themed against this story. His vision in story put to my vision in music.