Kamino

by Klirre & Sajuuk

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about

My second Gameboy EP. This time I teamed up with Sajuuk (sajuuk.bandcamp.com).
This project started with a specific story in my mind. I drew a lot of little clones with gills and see-through-skin, some cities of Kamino and even an interior piece. Soon it became more of a confused mix of ideas and feelings that evolved around Kamino. A little boy, who actually is at least twenty years old, goes (back?) to Kamino with his friends and beloved ones (track 1). He clones himself and all the others, so they never have to work again (track 2). They live in happiness in super comfy Kaminoan flats, never have to worry again and everything is a-okay. But soon they realize, that this place holds dark secrets and sinister memories of their own childhood (track 3). So they decide to leave and hope to somehow bring this feeling of joy and ease with them (track 4).
Sounds super kitschy and childish, but I think this is what this project was all about in the first place. Now let's rave.
As for Sajuuks songs, you have to ask himself or check out his bandcamp, but I'm pretty sure there is a deep theme underlying those groovy beats.

All songs by Klirre were written on a Gameboy Classic with Nanoloop 1.7.
All songs by Sajuuk were written on a Gameboy Color with Nanoloop 1.7.

Recorded with Logic using a Behringer U-Control soundcard.
Mastered in WaveLab.

Meet us on Kamino, we'll be waiting there.

credits

released May 3, 2017

Mastering – Michael Muth
Mixing – Jonathan Muth: jonathanmuth.com
Artwork – by Mario Hamborg: mario.hamborg.eu

Thanks go to:
Michael Muth – for mastering our stuff, thanks a lot!
Jonas Kellermeyer

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