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Helios - Yume mp3 album

  • Performer: Helios
  • Title: Yume
  • Genre: Electronic / Rock
  • Country: Japan
  • Formats: AAC AU MPC MPC MOD DTS WMA
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Acoustic, Downtempo, Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1439 mb
  • FLAC album: 1590 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 960
Helios - Yume mp3 album

The latest album from Helios, Yume takes its title from the Japanese word for dream and delivers an otherworldly ambient/electronic hybrid that’s cinematic in scope yet intimate in emotion. In making the album, umentalist Keith Kenniff (the sole artist behind Helios) has created a warm sonic tapestry from luminous guitar lines, elegant piano work, ingeniously crafted rhythms, and lo-fi electronic elements. Raised in rural Pennsylvania, Kenniff put out Helios’s 2004 debut album Unomia while studying percussion at Boston’s Berklee College of Music.

Now back to Yume, which is immediately a very-much Helios album. Taking the title from a Japanese word for dream, Kenniff creates ethereal atmospheres full of beauty, optimism and hope. The overall textures on the album project a sense of elation, buoyancy and rose-colored drift. In making the album, umentalist Keith Kenniff has created a warm sonic tapestry from luminous guitar lines, elegant piano work, ingeniously crafted rhythms, and lo-fi electronic elements.

Helios – Yume (2015). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On September - 10 - 2015. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: August 31, 2018 - Helios – Veriditas (2018).

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Out Sept 11th Listen on this site. Yume is the Japanese word for "dream". It's a fitting title for this latest collection of dreamy, ambient music from Helios, the long-running moniker of prolific composer Keith Kenniff (who also records solo piano under the name Goldmund and electro-tinged indie tunes with his wife Hollie under the name Mint Julep). His new album, says XLR8R, "features a warm bed of sounds highlighted by luminous guitar, elegant piano and crafted rhythms birthed from a multitude of electronic elements. His new album is pure gold, I hope you guys will enjoy it! 0:00 1. Every Passing Hour 04:48 2. It Was Warmer Then 10:06 3. Sonora Lac 15:18 4. Pearls 20:06 5. Yume 26:00 6. Skies Minus 30:56 7. The Root 36:20 8. Again 38:44 9. Sing The Same Song Twice 43:39 10. Embrace Released Sept. If you like the music, support the artist! Check out Keith Kenniff's other works under the names of Goldmund, Helios and Mint Julep right here:, I do not own any of this music. All rights go to Helios.

This album from Helios, Yume takes its title from the Japanese word for dream and delivers an otherworldly ambient/electronic hybrid that’s cinematic in scope yet intimate in emotion. In making the album, umentalist Keith Kenniff (the sole artist behind Helios) has created a warm sonic tapestry from luminous guitar lines, elegant piano work, ingeniously crafted rhythms, and lo-fi electronic elements

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Every Passing Hour 4:48
2 It Was Warmer Then 5:19
3 Sonora Lac
Cello – Amos CochranViola – Ben Davis
5:13
4 Pearls 4:46
5 Ballard 5:55
6 Skies Minus
Cello – Amos CochranViola – Ben Davis
4:56
7 The Root 5:23
8 Again 2:23
9 Sing The Same Song Twice 4:55
10 Embrace 3:38

Credits

  • Cover [Cover Art] – Matthew Woodson
  • Layout – Luke Twyman
  • Mastered By – Taylor Deupree
  • Performer, Mixed By, Written-By – Keith Kenniff

Notes

Digipak release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 769923100029
  • Matrix / Runout: 2781339

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PDIP-6557 Helios Yume ‎(CD, Album) p*dis PDIP-6557 Japan 2015
UNSEEN008 Helios Yume ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Unseen Records UNSEEN008 US 2015
UNSEEN008 Helios Yume ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Unseen Records UNSEEN008 US 2015
UNSEEN 008V, UNSEEN008V Helios Yume ‎(LP, Album) Unseen Records, Unseen Records UNSEEN 008V, UNSEEN008V US 2016



Reviews about Helios - Yume (1):
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Here is how it goes… I accumulate music, re-listening to the standout albums over and over, until all of a sudden I simply can’t take it any longer, knowing that I must share with you my latest find. This month, in particular, has been somewhat saturated with amazing music, and I simply can’t keep up. I think that all of the year-long hibernation among the musicians is finally coming to an end, as they race to release the sounds they’ve been sitting on. For some of them, like Keith Kenniff, that means not just one album, but two. First up (and the focus of this write-up), is his long-awaited release as Helios – something every fan of his, I’m sure, has been looking forward to for a while!We last heard from Kenniff back in 2012, I believe, when he released Moiety on his very own Unseen imprint. There was also a Remixed compilation, featuring reworks by some of your favorites, including Hammock, Ben Boysen, Rafael Anton Irisarri and Ulrich Schnauss. Plus, Kenniff has been busy working on film and digital media music, including works for Google, Starbucks, Apple, Pinterest and Facebook, accumulating in the process some accolades for his work on Prudential and Dove short films. This is, by the way, an important achievement, as I can share the pride and excitement for some of my favorite musicians to make a living doing what they love.Now back to Yume, which is immediately a very-much Helios album. Taking the title from a Japanese word for “dream”, Kenniff creates ethereal atmospheres full of beauty, optimism and hope. The overall textures on the album project a sense of elation, buoyancy and rose-colored drift. The sentimental glance back in the rear view mirror of life is shifted to the enthusiastic look forward, as the lone tear for all those once made mistakes drops and dries on the finally turned page. The major synth chords dance with the upbeat percussion, sparkling piano chords and blissful guitar. This is not to say that Yume is a hippy-go-lucky bubble-gum-pop – there are incredibly gorgeous and warm moments that will surely evoke lament, like a slow-rising sun spreading its light over all that is known, over all to become."[Helios] delivers an otherworldly ambient/electronic hybrid that’s cinematic in scope yet intimate in emotion. In making the album, composer/multi-instrumentalist Keith Kenniff has created a warm sonic tapestry from luminous guitar lines, elegant piano work, ingeniously crafted rhythms, and lo-fi electronic elements."As part of the promotion for the release, Kenniff collaborated with visual artist Luke Twyman to produce an interactive website, where you can manipulate sound to explore this dream-like world, by dragging geometrical objects around the screen that effect and alter the music. You can check this out on the label’s site below. Also, and just as important if not more, remember me mentioning that Kenniff released not one album but two? Well, the second one, this time under his Goldmund moniker, deserves a completely separate write-up (as I will be obliged to do), featuring a collaboration with the one and only Ryuichi Sakamoto, currently out on Western Vinyl. If, for some amazing reason, you’re new to Helios, be sure to check out his past, and now classic, releases, Eingya (2006), Ayres (2007) and Caesura (2008), all appearing on Type. Highly recommended!

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