Credits

All Music written, performed and recorded by Martin Kohlstedt
Mastering by Bo Kondren / Calyx Mastering Berlin
Artwork by Patrick Martin / Happy Little Accidents
Published by Edition Kohlstedt / Kick The Flame Musikverlag

«Tag»

«Tag» is the German equivalent for day and Martin Kohlstedts first personal sanctuary. Every single piano piece was inspired by meaningful, decisive and fortunate events in his life, which he was not able to mantel and thus unfolded in music. Daily routine tends to conceal reality, so that we remain capable of acting, which in turn promotes our music to be analytically. The day resembles a movie traversed by unreflected emotions and reactions, most of the time. Oddly, only the night is able to reveal the complexities of thought that try to haunt us every day. The shell of every person falls in a different way, in Martins case with music.

«Tag»

«Tag» is the German equivalent for day and Martin Kohlstedts first personal sanctuary. Every single piano piece was inspired by meaningful, decisive and fortunate events in his life, which he was not able to mantel and thus unfolded in music. Daily routine tends to conceal reality, so that we remain capable of acting, which in turn promotes our music to be analytically. The day resembles a movie traversed by unreflected emotions and reactions, most of the time. Oddly, only the night is able to reveal the complexities of thought that try to haunt us every day. The shell of every person falls in a different way, in Martins case with music.

Credits

All Music written, performed and recorded by Martin Kohlstedt
Mastering by Bo Kondren / Calyx Mastering Berlin
Artwork by Patrick Martin / Happy Little Accidents
Published by Edition Kohlstedt / Kick The Flame Musikverlag