Between Interval – Edge of a fairytale


Released: 2014 By MVD Music & Video Distrib

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  1. Delta CapricorniMP3 soundclip of Delta capricorni [1:04]
  2. The Great Void
  3. Minotaur’s Lair
  4. Pillars of Creation
  5. Three Years Ago
  6. Atlantis LostMP3 soundclip of Atlantis lost [0:57]
  7. Eden in Shadows
  8. Purgatory
  9. Sea of DarknessMP3 soundclip of Sea of darkness [0:57]
  10. Leviathan
  11. Portals in Time

Fascinating ambient journey with a highly cinematic impact

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Weight 105 g



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5 reviews for Between Interval – Edge of a fairytale

  1. Richard Grtler / Bratislava, Slovakia

    Stefan Strand, the sole creator of Between Interval might be known better under the name Stefan Jnsson, which was credited on first 3 releases of Between Interval, but Stefan’s legal surname was later changed to Strand. But in any case, this Swedish guy is undoubtedly one of the young guns in the genre and his 4th album The Edge Of A Fairytale” confirms his big talent and potential that was evidently presented back in 2005

  2. Phil Derby / Electroambient Space

    Stefan Strand (formerly Jnsson) returns with another excellent album in The Edge of a Fairytale.

    Delta Capricorni” starts the disc in sweeping majestic fashion with hints of electronica thrown in to the theatrical mix.
    “The Great Void” takes a dark

  3. Bert Strolenberg / Sonic Immersion

    After a hiatus of three years, theres finally another album by Between Interval, the musical moniker of Stefan Jnsson, who as of November 2008 is known as Stefan Strand instead.
    The outcome of The Edge of a Fairytale” sure has been worth the wait

  4. Chuck van Zyl / STAR’S END

    Creating music as Between Interval began as a way for Stefan Strand to take a break from his more kinetic musical pursuits. The Edge of a Fairytale (62’41) is his fourth CD of futuristic mindscapes.

    Realized using a fascinating palette of synthesized and sampled sounds

  5. Sarah Tomblin

    Between Interval builds a cosmic Ambient of complex sounds and a blurred structure which re-creates the concept of immensity with a great strength. Very suggestive, the music of this artist attracts the attention of the listener virtually since the very first instants in each theme.

    Most of the tracks are slow, though the theme Minotaur’s Lair” has a powerful half-speed rhythm.The good use of synthesizers as well as the rich treatment of sound in general throughout the album strengthens the character of the melodies and the harmonies.

    2010. Sarah Tomblin

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