This concept album by The Nikki Grace Experience is well-crafted melancholic post-rock pop with influences from ambient to cinematic soundtrack music.
About the album:
“a yin-yang journey,
creeping, standing, hopeful,
a journey along the lines in our hands.
perpetual acrylic lines!!!
thanxx goes to:
my lovely wife, my friends, my family.
c.p.mcdill for allow me to release:) thanxxxxx
lotte kestner, for her awesome voice and help,
lynch kingsley, for drone arts and madness,
lola beltran and pedro oyarbide for great coverart, thx (proud to work with you)
w.d.i.m.a. channel for visual sadness,
the dead puppet orchestra.
and all who listen and enjoy my music, thanxxx a lot…”
cheers Marko Hupel (TNGE,Argumentum e silentio)
About the artist:
“The Nikki Grace Experience — The Project was born in the year 2010. The Idea of the musical fusion rose from my novel Eta Carinae, existing since 2008. I try to put all dark and sinister images into musical landscapes and post-rockish and ambiental walls. I´m always inspired by journeys through my home, Germany, the Woods, the people, all strange things I see every day, and over there I’m inspired from other beautiful countries like Ireland, the northern countries, all this, with its breath of coldness but beautiful strangeness. I think Music must be a kind of Heart and Soul and the Heart of the Soul turns into Music.” — the artist
Hearse:the black opinion:
A01 Perpetual Acrylic Lines (feat. Lotte Kestner) [03:11]
A02 The Poor Conductor and the Dead Puppet Orchestra [12:49]
A03 The Heartshaped Coffins [09:36]
A04 Quiet Paintings (feat. Lotte Kestner) [07:52]
A05 Homeless (The Wisconsin Odyssey) [10:43]
Hearse:the white opinion:
B01 Proudly Waving Farewell (feat. Lotte Kestner) [06:51]
B02 A Basket of Flowers (On the Gramophone Table) (feat. Lotte Kestner) [11:36]
B03 When All Looks the Same (feat. Lynch Kingsley) [02:46]
B04 The Diary of Auntie Jane [06:41]
B05 The Funeral Of All Our Hopes (feat. Lynch Kingsley) [06:37]