“Even if the title is about - The Stories We Forgot- , Andreas Kübler with this beautiful cinematic neoclassical performance creates an atmospheric environment which brings the nostalgia of old memories happiness. Memories you may have forgot, but never fade deep in your soul. Like a flashback to your best moments since you felt your whole being, as human person in this world. ”

The Stories We Forgot is a very calm instrumental soft piano track including live recorded instruments like an oboe, cello, violin and trumpet. It's from the same named 5-track EP. The EP is about getting to know a new person in your life, who you take into your heart, but who at some point separates from you. After saying goodbye, you still have the beautiful stories in your mind that give you comfort. I'm very thankful for every support on this release!

Andreas Kübler’s life is all about music. He went on stage to tour Europe as singer and bass guitar player right after school, played lots of music and left the stage again to compose even more. His style could be described as epic music, but plainly emotional would cover it better. A contemporary, modern orchestral sound is the basis of his compositions, but that’s all that makes them comparable.

Andreas is one of the founders and the lead composer of the popular music studio IMAscore and responsible for the music of some of the most successful movie marketing campaigns of all time. This includes Disney’s The Lion King, Aladdin, How To Train Your Dragon, Jurassic World, Avengers and the Star Wars saga. On top of that the music he wrote for the Captain Marvel promotional campaign won the prestigious Clio Gold Award in 2019.

Andreas Küblers public music is the musical portrayal of his artist self. No limitations, no briefings, no boundaries.

Reviewed by Nagamag on 
December 5, 2020

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