Lullatone

minimalist pop // electronic

Japan-based Lullatone’s latest EP Falling For Autumn (2013) is a soundtrack of adorable lap-pop (seriously, it’s a genre) tunes and minimalist arrangements for cold weather. The duo’s sound incorporates whimsical layers of samples, claps, whistling and toys that combine into delicate, meandering melodies, which will keep you warm and cozy. While you will have to trust us that the EP is best enjoyed as a coherent piece, here we only have two samples: “The Biggest Pile of Leaves You Have Ever Seen” and “Raindrops Plucking the Last Leaves from a Tree”.

For these cloudy autumn days.
Lullatone – The Biggest Pile Of Leaves You Have Ever Seen
Lullatone – Raindrops Plucking The Last Leaves From A Tree
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3 Responses to “Lullatone”

  1. Erik :

    Both links go to the same track (which is a very nice piece!)…

  2. Julija :

    Fixed now! Thanks.

  3. Jishnu :

    Very nice tracks :)