Showing posts with label Urbanistic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Urbanistic. Show all posts

1 November 2017

Vortex Mechanic - Wired Plus

Record: 2017 • Edition: 2017 • USC-WR-1711.0387
Berlin School, Ambient

«I love this place. Here, there is a unique atmosphere at any season. On that chilly summer evening when I came here with my friend Alexey, the air was especially thick and filled with bittersweet wettish freshness. Here, you fall into a special state, sitting on the recently scythed grass and looking down from the hill at power lines stretching away. It is here where several little worlds come together: a forest to the left and the right, a tiny village living its hasteless life under the hill, and the slight noise of a bustling city coming from far behind. And above, the steel giants of power line towers soaring against the darkening summer sky, which soon will be cut across by the Perseids. It is here where you take a rest from the hustle, and music itself fills your mind to later find its material form.»

— Nickolay Fedorenko, 27 August 2017

16 September 2017

Vortex Mechanic - Wired

Record: 2017 • Edition: 2017 • USC-WR-1709.0376
Berlin School, Ambient

«It was during a walk with my friend Nickolay. Despite the fact that it was summer, the weather was really autumnal, gloomy. We were going along the route – the forest belt, and then, in an instant, the forest went apart, and we found ourselves at the place, where the giants had been living. Steel silent idols were in fact the power line towers. A light twilight; the magnificence of the giants, who stood with their legs wide apart and arms outstretched aside to hold power lines firmly. With their heads they propped up the sky, as if emphasizing their greatness and significance. Are they lonely and silent? Not at all! They are talking to each other: slowly, in a low voice. They are wired!»

— Alexey Markov, 27 August 2017

29 June 2013

Tornfly - Prologue

Record: 2013 • Edition: 2013 • USC-WR-1306.0163
Psy-Ambient, Traditional Electronic

The history of certain civilization's struggle with the chaos of information, in which it fell with the development of communication and general rise of informatization. Unstructured information hinders the progress. But this civilization has found a way out: a special virus, battling with an excess of useless information and confusion in one's mind, who inculcates it to himself. The virus is non-pathogenic, but connects to the system of individual, integrates into it, allowing to eventually organize all of the accumulated knowledge into a coherent system and to use it with maximum efficiency. The prologue tells of the early stages of virus evolution after freewill infection.

17 August 2012

Over-Load - Construction Riot

Record: 2012 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1208.0075
Dubstep

In an effort to get united, people build cities, which tend to swell further. However, at some point, a human becomes insignificant before the image of the megalopolis, that is no longer in need of its creators. Massive shadows of buildings, competing in height, sink streets into darkness. Endless miles of roads entangle the ground. Monumental mansions, restaurants, parking lots and bus stops, once were serving the people, turn out extraneous and wasted. Dust sweeps abandoned neighborhoods gradually. Cities, affected by desolation, appear to be the cradle of the strange and ominous structures woven out of chaos.

26 April 2012

Tornfly - Solar System Federation

Record: 2011 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1204.0049
Traditional Electronic, Psy-Ambient, Trance

Mysterious and diversiform as the cosmic scopes, this graceful electronic music will take into a wonderful flight through cosmic vastness. Due to the mankind's progress in conquering of space the Solar System Federation was founded. The melancholic symphony of space humanity is spreaded all around the galaxy and unhurried cosmowagons are floating in an open interstellar carrying the passengers to places near and far away.

12 April 2012

Posthuman - Landing Request

Record: 2009 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1204.0040
Psy-Ambient

A short work, which brought together all the developments of the musician for several years. The works themselves are also quite short, but many times deliberate and perfectly adjusted. A little adventure in the rhythm of the modern world.

19 January 2012

Ptarkh - Insulin

Record: 2009 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1201.0007
Industrial, Dark Ambient

Making the project author used a mass of sound effects, city ambience and dark atmospheres. Highly layered synthesized textures create a unique deep canvas. Very minimal in one place it can be very complex and loud in other. Music flows continuously smoothly going through vast scenes showing you the world of nightmares. This is nuclear performance for Geiger counter and cogwheel orchestra.