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Experience the Power of Deep Focus with Kingdom of Darkness

I'm excited to announce the release of this deep focus minimal house music, ideal for relaxing and unwinding as well as finding your flow and getting into the zone.

I’m excited to announce the release of my latest minimal house track “Kingdom of Darkness,” available for free download under a CC BY-SA 4.0 license, you can experience the power of deep focus. This means you can use the song in your own projects, such as podcasts, YouTube videos, or other media, without fear of infringement.

The track is a captivating blend of stripped-back beats and hypnotic synths that will transport you to a state of complete concentration. It’s ideal for losing yourself in your work or releasing your creativity. Dive deep into the world of minimal house to find a world of limitless possibilities.

Allow the soothing rhythms and minimalist melodies to transport you on a journey of self-discovery and deep concentration. This deep focus minimal house music is ideal for relaxing and unwinding as well as finding your flow and getting into the zone.

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You can also find Kingdom of Darkness in my Music Library

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Kjartan Abel is a sound designer, music composer, and immersive installation artist, known for his explorations at the intersection of technology and creativity. A seasoned museum nerd, AI enthusiast and tech enthusiast, Kjartan adeptly melds digital innovation with traditional media. His artistry extends to tinkering with Raspberry Pi, crafting unique experiences that resonate in today's tech-driven culture, often exploring the dimensions of space and time. With an MFA in Fine Art Media from The Slade School of Fine Art and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Kingston University, Kjartan’s blog offers a window into his multidisciplinary approach and his journey through the evolving landscape of New Media.

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