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Florian Kupfer self-releases digital only album ‘Phantom Pain’

Today, Berlin-based producer Florian Kupfer self-releases a new digital only album named ‘Phantom Pain‘.

Spread over nine-tracks, Kupfer side-steps the club to instead explore ambient soundscapes and meditative tonalities. The result is a poignant body of widescreen electronics suited for introspection and home listening.

Track highlights include ‘Hungry Fish‘, ‘Grow‘ and ‘Overpass‘.

‘Phantom Pain’ is out now. Order a copy from Bandcamp.


1. Earth Falling
2. Phantom Pain
3. Hungry Fish
4. Otaku
5. Grow
6. Hydrodynamics
7. Lysis
8. Temescal Canyon
9. Overpass

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