Album artwork for Mala Kunia by Tangerine Dream

With this release, a new Tangerine Dream era began, "The Quantum Years", which focused on a more back to basics approach to composition influenced by quantum physics. The album itself is named after two Aboriginal tribes, which, according to Aboriginal mythology, living a long time ago around Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. The Mala tribe lived on the sunny side and the Kunia on the shady side of the rock.

Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin, 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms.

The group have also received seven Grammy nominations, written over 100 studio albums and were led by Froese, who developed an instantly recognisable synth-based instrumental music based on a meditative musical experience that came to prominence in the 70's and 80's.

Although Edgar Froese passed away in 2015 with a new phase in the bands history only just beginning, he left direct orders to remaining members: "Carry on and make my vision for the Quantum Years phase of the band happen!"

Tangerine Dream

Mala Kunia

Kscope
Album artwork for Mala Kunia by Tangerine Dream
LP

£39.99

Black
Released 22/04/2022Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1098

Tangerine Dream

Mala Kunia

Kscope
Album artwork for Mala Kunia by Tangerine Dream
LP

£39.99

Black
Released 22/04/2022Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1098

With this release, a new Tangerine Dream era began, "The Quantum Years", which focused on a more back to basics approach to composition influenced by quantum physics. The album itself is named after two Aboriginal tribes, which, according to Aboriginal mythology, living a long time ago around Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. The Mala tribe lived on the sunny side and the Kunia on the shady side of the rock.

Tangerine Dream have been a fundamental influence on electronic music since Edgar Froese founded the band in West Berlin, 1967. Providing the groundwork for multiple electronic music genres including ambient and electronica, inspiring musicians and other art forms.

The group have also received seven Grammy nominations, written over 100 studio albums and were led by Froese, who developed an instantly recognisable synth-based instrumental music based on a meditative musical experience that came to prominence in the 70's and 80's.

Although Edgar Froese passed away in 2015 with a new phase in the bands history only just beginning, he left direct orders to remaining members: "Carry on and make my vision for the Quantum Years phase of the band happen!"