I'll probably get some stick for this one, but came across this one due to searching out Goldmund after seeing them in the credits for Martyrs.

To most solo piano music there's no rhyme or reason. It changes tempo, intensity etc in a similar way to a movie, almost like it's telling a story. This album is different. This has structure, more like a modern pop song, and a repetitiveness which is soothing and relaxing, making it an extremely easy listen, and none of the tracks are overly long.  And I'm not exactly a fan of piano music. See what you think.

Goldmund Two Point Discrimination Last FM

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