19 June 2012

Rigel Centaurus - В бесконечность... (Into Infinity...)

Record: 2012 • Edition: 2012 • USC-WR-1206.0061

Moving in the sparkling reality of celestial objects is a dream of all dreams. Climbing the world's roof you see the miracles that can't be described. They just exist and live their lives as they want. Comets float in sweeping motions. When tired - they fall. Fluffy dust clouds are shaping for years and for the eye of the observer look like fixed sculptures. The lonely starship paves the route through countless parsecs. It is set for a timeless journey to a closer interesting star and now it's drifting to infinity and beyond.

Tracklist: 01.Сквозь газовое облако (Through the Gas Cloud) (7:20) 02.Анабиоз (Anabiosis) (16:38) 03.Ригель Центавра (Rigel Centaurus) (28:38) 04.Древний артефакт (Ancient Artifact) (14:43) 05.В бесконечность... (Into Infinity...) (10:53)

Composed by Rigel Centaurus. All instruments programmed, music written and arranged, artwork by Andrey Hlybov.

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  1. A phantastic voyage for space and mind divers! I really hope to hear more from this artist! Thanks a lot!

  2. ... and let me also mention the absolute amazing cover artwork!

  3. настоящая космическая музыка. я был приятно удивлён.

  4. "Into Infinity" is the second cosmic album by Russian composer Andrey Hlybov, aka Rigel Centaurus, again solely made with soft synths. Once again, the listener is invited on a freeform deepspace trip through the vast unknown, while various elements of the grand celestial design float by.

    The spacious soundscape journey is made up by five lengthy, rather soothing (but luckily not too cheesy) pieces where slightly symphonic drone pads merge with slow evolving, ethereal and immersive sound architecture. I personally would have preferred a bit more open and transparent sound throughout, as the minimal-oriented, non-rhythmic ambientspace music of "Into Infinity" would certainly benefit from that. [Jun 21, 2012]