Showing posts with label Environmental. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Environmental. Show all posts

6 September 2014

WMRI - Saturated Summer

Record: 2014 • Edition: 2014 • USC-WR-1409.0215
Ambient, Symphonic, Cinematic

Flower scents fill the hot air mixed into a lavish bouquet. Sun hangs in a clear blue sky slowly cooking the planet. Shivering haze rises over the incandescent ground: paints on horizon smear and flow in entangled patterns. In this realm of heat and moisture greens grow rapidly: grasses, flowers, ferns, bushes and trees, as if competing with each other for a place under the sun, spread on vast areas with meadows, fields and forests. Incessant even for a moment chirr symphony of various insect species is heard on all sides, floats on the waves of waving ears driven by the wind. Dynamic life forms a unique picture full of the most saturated colors.

5 September 2013

WMRI - Baryte Wasteland

Record: 2013 • Edition: 2013 • USC-WR-1309.0170
Space

There are some corners on Earth, which enchant not with multiplicity of life, but with trembling scales of lifelessness and devastation. Giant wilderness of crackled dried soil. Vast distances, that keep no trail of life. Incredible force made all living to leave this area, and plants died away without ability to avoid their destiny. Tremendous winds and continuous rains left only wasted clay surface coloured with baryte.

11 January 2012

WMRI - Sound Archives 2003-2006

Record: 2003-2006 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1201.0001
Traditional Electronic, Ambient, Space, Synthpop

This box collects all of the earlier full-length releases of WMRI, some of which are published for first time on the web. Moreover, all included materials are original masters as they were first meant to be, even the original track titles were saved. These versions aren't considered authentic, but either historic or relic. The reference versions are four of these albums that were remastered and expanded in 2008 and released under the title First Wave. All these materials are going to be remastered soon or late, but for now this fills the holes in your WMRI collection.