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Greetings from the land of the fjords and the northern light. The Norwegian artist and sound designer Kjartan Abel proudly present “You told me”, a Retro Music from the Future: vibey, dreamy and imaginative feel of a virtual Miami beach filled with neon light and an orange sun.

The single is uplifting and is an exhibition of the intersection between technology and human emotions and artistry all coupled by World Class Production. The song creates an immersive experience that transports you to another place. Lovers of Electronic music will really enjoy the beat and all the awesome and precisely placed sounds. it’s your new gym song, the song you play when you are driving, BBQing or even just making dinner.

Made with the awesome Native Instruments MASCHINE MK3+ Ingredients: Some U-He Diva and Native Instruments love! ABsynth pads. A Crayon patch in MassiveX VST, Atmospheric piano from the Hybrid Keys collection, sprinkle it with drums, sweeps and Valhalla supermassive and you got yourself a upbeat synthwave song for the spring.

Kjartan Abel is a sound designer, music composer and immersive installation artist. His art explores the connection between technology and creativity, combining digital tools with traditional media. Kjartan Abel graduated from The Slade School of Fine Art with an MFA in Fine Art Media and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Kingston University.

Kjartan Abel also composes original music and soundscapes for a variety of media projects, including YouTube videos, podcasts, television shows, games, art installations and for feature films. Creatively influenced by the likes of Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre, KOTO, Laserdance, and Røyksopp, Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk to name a few. Visit the Music Library for more details!