High Noon In Vienna

by Martin Neuhold & Wolfgang Gsell

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What do you get when two prolific German artists join forces? A wonderful progressive album called "High Noon In Vienna" featuring blazing compositions with shimmering synthesizers and guitars that ignite the senses. Fans of German electronic music are in for a feast of eight atmospheric delights that echo the sights and sounds of times and places accessible only with this ticket.


released August 15, 2016

Martin Neuhold is an Ambient and Downtempo artist, iOS Musician from Germany. You can find more information and music at martinneuhold.bandcamp.com

Wolfgang Gsell,1956 born in Stuttgart, Germany. He works as web designer, photographer and music composer. At 15, he began to play guitar. In the late 80s he changed into playing synthesizers. Since 2004 he is working with Software Synthesizers. The current style of his music is ambient and electronic music for inner journeys. He has released 25 albums (solo and collaborations with other artists) in various netlabels. More info: wolfganggsell.bandcamp.com

Aural Films is an online record label (netlabel) that releases high-quality soundtrack albums for movies that do not exist. We cover a wide range of music styles ranging from ambient to experimental to popular to soundtrack musics. Often on the same albums. You can find our complete catalog of releases online at auralfilms.com

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