12 October 2014

Joost Egelie - Particles

Record: 2012-2013 • Edition: 2014 • USC-WR-1410.0226
Traditional Electronic, Berlin School, Space

In a journey through life one may experience periods of reflection, search for new beginnings and deeper philosophies. The most important and impacting episodes of life leave an imprint of a shifting style of common work, artistry, intercourse, mood and even way of life. Such unpredictable changes are similar to the behavior of elementary particles: physically so small that only imagination can help to see them, and as a matter of fact so huge that their influence is noticeable across the Universe. Particles are unseen, unimaginable, in dimensions other than the concrete four ones we can witness. And most of all - they tell our stories, of human beings: acting, reacting, interacting, interfering. Just let your mind, which is made of stardust, float along the strings and dimensions. Dream away...

Tracklist: 01.Alpha (8:16) 02.Beta (4:24) 03.Anti Matters (4:56) 04.Ion (10:04) 05.Gamma (6:47) 06.Gluon (2:32) 07.Majorana (6:26) 08.Charm (14:58) 09.The Last Particle of This Universe (5:14) 10.Someone (8:22)

Keyboards, synthesizers, sampler, programmed, written, recorded, arranged and mixed by Joost Egelie. Painting and artwork by Anna Riet.

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