Naive and beautiful Electronica | Paulina Mum proves that you don't need any sophisticated, techy music gear to compose colourful adventures. All it needs is a cheap casio keyboard and a talent to compose sweet little songs. "Morning Rain" on Camomille is a trip into a naive world of plinkerplonker-sounds where Glockenspiel and candy sounds rule and where lollipops are the favorite food of the musician.
What I like best about this Electronica release are the slight jolts. Always if some of melodies stumble a little bit and the rhythm gets a little bit confused I must smile. "Morning Rain" sounds private and feels like sitting next to the musician listening to his compositions.
Sweet, nice and naive and always heart-catching.
What Paulina Mum says about the album
"in the past months i have become obsessed with the little sounds that come from my little casio, small emulations of acoustic instruments, always accompanied by a bit of noise. i've recorded many little things, only using it. i think they are all very personal as all their small mistakes are unique and warming to me. so for the past months i've made these songs for many events, maybe a friends birthday gift, a love, a wonderful feeling."
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This article was written on 3.February 2009 by mo.. mo. is a music-lover. The journalist and author from Cologne/Germany enjoys supporting the global netlabel-phenomena. For years he has explored the netlabel underground and has written numerous articles on the free music culture. He is the main-editor behind Phlow. Read more articles written by mo..