Munich Syndrome: 2 Whom It May Concern, the first release from the Nineteen Eighty Something project The first song from Munich Syndrome’s Nineteen Eighty Something project: 2 Who It May Concern, an extended mix, radio edit,fourth generation Demo, the Sax Version from Sensual Ambience, and the more electronic 2 Whom, form Electronic Ecstasy. One of the very first complete songs I ever wrote back in the eighties. using the original arrangements and some elements from
“Senses Thrilled”, Projekt Ich aka Ulf Müller collaborating with David B. Roundsley of Munich Syndrome
Senses Thrilled – The collaboration between Projekt Ich and Munich Syndrome With ”Senses Thrilled“, Projekt Ich aka Ulf Müller is going to release the seventh single from the forthcoming second studio album which will be released via Echozone in autumn / winter 2021. Following the successful debut album “By Train Through Countries” (2019), Ulf took a short creative break before getting back to work again. He produced several demo songs to continue the debut album’s
Lost in a Dream EP & Lost in a Dream Remix EP March saw the release of the Lost in a Dream EP (Extended Play) from Munich Syndrome. the EP featured the title song and an ambient mix. Included were the introspective and downtempo-chill tracks, Solitude, London, Serenity and the exuberant Birthday Song. A more optimistic and meditative group of songs. Renewal & hope. Both EPs are currently available exclusively via our BandCamp page. April
Lost in a Dream, six-song extended play from Munich Syndrome, available March 5! Available Friday March 5, 2021 from Munich Syndrome’s BandCamp page, Lost in a Dream is a six-track extended play. https://munichsyndrome.bandcamp.com/album/lost-in-a-dream-ep Track listing: 1. Lost in a Dream2. Solitude3. London4. Serenity5. Lost in a Dream (Ambient Mix)6. Birthday Song All songs are written, produced and performed by: David B. Roundsley All songs published by: Syndrome Sounds/ASCAP Copyright 2020 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED!
Bad Blood: A Life Without Consequence by David B. Roundsley Goodbye 2020… A year few anticipated that presented everyone with struggles and challenges to overcome and get through. Despite the many loses and challenges the year presented, it’s also been a year of resilience and hope. On many fronts people pulled together to do what’s best for others as well as themselves and I have every confidence we will turn several corners in the coming