19 November 2013

Mornastra - Birth of a Supernova

Record: 2012-2013 • Edition: 2013 • USC-WR-1311.0184
Traditional Electronic, Spacesynth

Like the birth of a supernova illuminates the cold expanse of space, so these bright compositions are similar to rays of light and energy. These images of the future will not leave indifferent anyone, who loves science fiction, and who is willing to indulge in nostalgia for the golden era of melodic electronic music, unprecedented progress in space exploration, when the science was considered as fascinating and honorable occupation. Immerse yourself into the world of wonderful achievements, into the world built by man, which is rapidly comprehends the mysteries of the foundation and finds harmony with the universe.

Tracklist: 01.Birth of a Supernova (4:03) 02.Orbital Dances (3:52) 03.Transcendental Height (5:44) 04.Race of Robots (4:28) 05.Life in a Test Tube (5:37) 06.Heavenly Wanderer (4:25) 07.World of Neon Light (4:06) 08.Launch Pad (4:10) 09.Weightlessness (4:20) 10.Space-Time Continuum (5:04) 11.Palette of the Polar Lights (4:44) 12.Sounds in Space (4:27) 13.Connecting Thread (4:50) 14.Exit from Anabiosis (8:13)

Composed by Mornastra. All instruments programmed, keyboards and synthesizers played, music written and arranged by Oleg Pavlov. Star cluster RCW 38 photo courtesy of European Southern Observatory (ESO). Artwork by Anna Riet.

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