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Showing posts with label Ether. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Ether. Show all posts

November 25, 2014

Ether - Road to the Sky

Record: 2014 • Edition: 2014 • USC-WR-1411.0235
Traditional Electronic, Psy-Ambient

This is the story about a quest for a way to the beautiful and the eternal. If there is nothing left untouched by progress of civilization on Earth, where should we look for them else, but in the skies? A man imprisoned in urban constructions sees nothing besides asphalt and concrete, while there is a shoreless ocean above his head. Distant and captivating, it is calling into its boundless vasts, winking with countless stars. We are ready to dive into it, but we are way too weak to break free from the ties of gravity of our planet. Nevertheless, despite of all, we are going on dreaming. Looking upwards we give birth to a hope.

September 13, 2013

Ether - Silk Road

Record: 2012-2013 • Edition: 2013 • USC-WR-1309.0171
Traditional Electronic, New Age, Chillout

The Silk Road... Caravan pathway connecting East Asia with Mediterranean in ancient times and Middle ages. The Silk Road played a great role in the development of the economic and cultural relations of the peoples in the middle East, the Caucasus, Central Asia and China. For example, it served as a conductor of the spread of knowledge and innovation, including creativity: dance, music, visual arts, architecture, and technology: self-production of silk, gunpowder, paper and more. It was a long road full of beauty and danger.

August 27, 2012

Ether - Comm

Record: 2009-2011 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1208.0080
Psy-Ambient, Traditional Electronic

The question of the extraterrestrial intelligence existence thrills people for many ages. Thinking about the possibility of its existence, the mankind is searching tirelessly. It sends an endless stream of signals by cosmic routes in hope of finding and making contact with another intelligence. Lucks and fails follow each other, while the explorations expand our knowledge about the near and distant space, thus helping to take a new look at the place of the person in the great universal home.