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  1. Artist: Distant System Album: Infinite Continuum Type: Album Style tags: electronic, ambient, trance, ethereal, expansive, space tech Media type: Digital Release year: 2019 Label: - The second full-length album by Distant System in 24bit stereo. released September 1, 2019 This album is dedicated to Yevgeniy Dzhangiryan aka Janco All tracks written and produced by Tyler Smith. Recorded and engineered by Tyler Smith at Androcell Studio - North America Mastering by Vincent Villuis at Ultimae Studios email: studios@ultimae.com website: ultimae.com Artwork and layout by Tyler Smith For more info or feedback contact: info@distantsystem.com ℗ + © Distant System 2019. All rights reserved All rights of the owner of this recorded work reserved. Unauthorised copying, hiring, lending, public performance, and broadcasting of this record is prohibited.
  2. Greeting and blessigns, new project same soul, exploring space into the unknown..
  3. Hi all, new Album, more contained then previous one and a bit more focused again on space ambiences... Hope you all enjoy, Blessigns!
  4. Artists: A-Duff & One Arc Degree Album: Blueprints Type: EP Style tags: space, downtempo, idm Media type: Digital (wav, flac, mp3) Year: 2016 Label: 33 Recordings URL: http://33recordings.com/33rec072-a-duff-one-arc-degree-blueprints/ A year-long collaboration with australian artist A-Duff is finally seeing the light of day. Blueprints is a 4-track EP based on an A-Duff original (Ethereal) and a One Arc Degree original (Boimarc). We then swapped our samples, stems and midi files to recreate our own interpretations of each other’s tracks. The final result is a moody, atmospheric journey over 20 minutes that I think is perfect for listening to late at night while reading a sci-fi novella with a mug of hot chocolate. Which brings us to A-Duff’s excellent little story… “On Feb 12, 2015, Mr. A. Duff and the signal response team of Messieurs I. Konstantios and V. Kesalidis (more commonly known by their lab’s call sign, One Arc Degree) simultaneously and independently received 2 distinct radio transmissions seemingly in direct response to humankind’s first contact with the outer world. Theorising that the transmissions were bent through space to arrive on earth less than just one human lifetime from the sending out of the Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecrafts in 1977. A-DUFF contacted One Arc Degree to record, collate and then interpret the transmissions. This sound recording is a collection of those 2 otherworldly communiques, each interpreted and re-formulated independently by A-DUFF and ONE ARC DEGREE. The process involved the initial decoding, a linguistic examination of the binary transmissions followed by the reformation of the communiques according to each sound engineer’s understanding. Numerous types of electronic equipment as well as soundwave manipulation and redirection devices were used in the process which also took much sweat, tears and hard work. Communique 1 has been named Ethereal. It appears to be a blueprint of the life, science, history and environment of the world from whence it came. Communique 2 has been named Boimarc. It appears to be a blueprint in the form of an inventory database, terms of measurement and possibly currency as well as a communications cypher. Thanks to the passion and commitment of those sound engineers, you are privileged to be among the first few to hear a response from an otherwise uncontactable and still unknown world.â€
  5. Artist: Fjernsind Album: Space Odyssey Type: EP (2 tracks) Style tags: Drone, ambient, noise, psychedelic, post-rock Media type: WEB (Bandcamp for now, later - most likely during the first week of August - iTunes, Amazon, Spotify e.t.c) Year: 2016 Label: Flystyrt Catalog ID: 0034 Length: 21:00 Official url: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/album/space-odyssey Tracklist: 1. Daisy (06:47) 2. Star Child (14:13) Free download! Edit!!!: As you can tell from the player, that actually still functions, I changed this project's name from sharing my own real name to Fjernsind, which means that the original link I shared in this post to my Bandcamp profile doesn't work anymore, so here's a new one: https://fjernsind.bandcamp.com/ The name "Fjernsind" is a word play on the Danish word for "Tele-vision", "Fjern-syn", that directly translated means "Distant-vision" or "Remote-vision", and instead of "syn" ["vision"] as the last syllable, the Danish word for "mind", namely "sind", is used.
  6. Hi guys, here's my second self-released EP. It's also free to download at bandcamp: Sombrero Galaxy EP is a journey through the depths of cold space and beautiful galaxies floating out there. Released 14 March 2015. All tracks composed by Pekka Kemppi aka Andorra. Mastering by G-Sonique mastering studios (www.g-sonique.com/onlinemasteringstudio.html). Photo by NASA (hubblesite.org/gallery/wallpaper/pr2003028a/). Cover art by Pekka Kemppi.
  7. I haven't played live outside since highschool punk bands, but I was struck by the power of a recent occurrence. This (attached) is Chris Bryant (S1gns of L1fe) and I playing live @ Fuzzyland as Ascendant. (I'm hidden behind the giant ornament!) Tom Rothrock puts on an amazing event a couple times a year up on the edge of the Angeles National forest in CA. It's impossible to gauge the scale of this place from pictures. The stage is up in this massive, multi-level treehouse that's built around a huge ancient tree. All around are small hills and plateaus where people perch in mini-tribes - almost like playing in the round in some kind of natural amphitheater. There is something completely transcendent about playing in the open-air, under the stars. There's definitely another connection being made. The perfect kind of venue for ambient / downtempo music in my opinion. People laughing, dancing, having a great time, all connected by the music. Indoor / theater-style gigs can be amazing, but I'm not sure they can completely break through the same way. Thoughts? (You can hear our music here.)
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