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Juergen Vonbank
The Blue Soul

The Blue Soul
The Blue SoulThe Blue Soul




1x Vinyl 12"



Release date

Sep 15, 2023

The Blue Soul is Juergen Vonbank's second solo album after "Trial & Eros" from 2018. It deals with the relationship to the color blue, the conventional and individual-personal associations with it, as well as the diffuse feeling that this color is able to convey. Digital and analog experiments in electronics, club music and dream pop.

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