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Astralasia - Voyage Till Tomorrow album download
Astralasia - Voyage Till Tomorrow album download
Performer: Astralasia
Title: Voyage Till Tomorrow
Country: Netherlands
Released: 2012
Style: Ambient, Abstract
Rating: 4.6/5
FLAC size: 1827 mb | MP3 size: 1632 mb | WMA size: 1219 mb
Genre: Electronic

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Label Category Country Year. LP, Album, Ltd, Tonefloat tf124.

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Inbound 22:53
Outbound 23:09


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
tf124 Astralasia Voyage Till Tomorrow ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Tonefloat tf124 Netherlands 2012
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A weird release even by Astralasia's standards. It's pretty abstract - sort of along the lines of the Orb's mid-90s releases, with dark atmospheres, random piano doodling, voices drifting in and out, synth improvisation, moments of darkness and moments of beauty. Not always the most relaxing kind of ambient but it's definitely very spacial and trippy. While both tracks are fairly similar, about 14 minutes into Inbound the abstraction is suddenly replaced by a deep, piano-driven dub track... nice and lush. Then a few minutes later it's back to drones and swirling effects. This complete change in tone characterizes this LP: you're in for a flow of thought, rules-be-damned kind of ride.