This is Daniel von Appen’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Daniel von Appen

  1. Cologne, Germany
  2. Ambient
  1. collection 138
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  1. Symbols - The Sleeping Harmony of the World Below
    by Plateau Sigma
  2. The Earth Is Silent
    by Sun Of The Dying
  3. Gryningsvisor
    by Ofdrykkja
  4. Throes
    by Allochiria
  5. The Sadness of Time Passing
    by Profetus
  6. VI - Dantalion
    by Slow
  7. IV - Mythologiæ - (2019 REDUX)
    by Slow
  8. V - Oceans
    by Slow
  9. Hegan
    by Orbel
  10. Beyond There
    by Orbel
  11. The Heavens Are Not On Fire...
    by Wills Dissolve
  12. The Gallows Pole OST
    by The Shining Levels
  13. Hour Of The Wolf
    by Anastasia Minster
  14. Ghost River
    by BlackieBlueBird
    Flying Too Close To The Ground Flying Too Close To The Ground
  15. Serpent's Curse (Death Metal)
    by HEADS FOR THE DEAD (International)
  16. Hagazussa
    by MMMD
  17. The Torchlight Parade vol. I / II
    by Slow Dancing Society
  18. Red Goddess (of this men shall know nothing)
    by Hawthonn
  19. Life has gone on long enough
    by NONE
  20. Niche (first works)
    by Release The Long Ships
  21. Devour The Sun
    by vvilderness
  22. Devour The Sun (instrumental)
    by vvilderness
  23. Holocene
    by Release The Long Ships
  24. 4 Moments & Rain
    by Himmelsrandt
  25. Psalms for the Sunder
    by Alder & Ash
  26. Lost Tribe Sound Sampler
    by Lost Tribe Sound
  27. Clutched in the Maw of the World
    by Alder & Ash
    A Seat Amongst God and His Children A Seat Amongst God and His Children
  28. Night Of Visions
    by Ancestral Voices
  29. Divination
    by Ancestral Voices
  30. The Sound of Lights When Dim (2017 Remaster)
    by Slow Dancing Society
    The Warm Familiar Smell of September (2017 mix) The Warm Familiar Smell of September (2017 mix)
  31. Pale Ravine (Bonus Edition)
    by Deaf Center
  32. (For Now We See) Through A Glass Dimly
    by Antonymes
  33. Queller
    by Nadja
    Dark Circles Dark Circles
  34. Dakota Suite & Emanuele Errante - The North Green Down
    by Dakota Suite & Emanuele Errante
  35. Pine
    by Olan Mill
  36. Solitude
    by Ennuison
  37. Preliminary Script
    by Dmitry Evgrafov
  38. Monocyte
    by Saltillo
  39. Unspoken
    by Alvaro Barcala
  40. Quickbeam
    by Quickbeam
    One To Hold One To Hold
    Quickbeam's debut album is lovely and melancholic, full of wary vocals, beautiful strings and rich pianos. The slow and tender music sounds confident and firm and feels like a warm, welcoming embracement - like a much desired conversation with someone you love and respect. A conversation about feelings, emotions, decisions and consequences. A conversation that requires a thoughtful opinion from someone that cares and that you trust. This is a perfect album I'm glad to have discovered.
  41. Deus Irae
    by Flint Glass & Collapsar
  42. Illume
    by Jacob Pavek
    Illume Illume
    I bought this without hesitation after listening to the very first seconds of its title track "Illume" as I instantly recognized the same emotional sublimity as of a Carlos Cipa or Federico Albanese, but with its own touch: a prominent combination of piano & violin. They're prancing around each other with calm ups & downs until they manage to get together to form a strong symbiosis of interaction which feels like a firm sense of honesty, regret & acceptance. Definitely needs a vinyl release!
  43. The Limbic System
    by Sonmi451
  44. Hermit
    by TAUUSK
  45. The Old City - OST
    by Atrium Carceri
    Intro / Menu Intro / Menu
    The old City, a town that's hiding away unimaginable horrors lurking in the shadows, a town that makes you uneasy with its face of decay & desoalte surroundings & a forebroding atmosphere that'll make you realize that an unspeakable presence is watching your every step from the window sills.

    This Soundtrack comes with a pretty dense & dark atmosphere that lights up every now & then with a surreal twist which adds a whole lot of tension to the overall mood of the album. Certainly a must have!