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Astrogator The Darkness Between [New Age SpaceMusic 2005]

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Name:Astrogator The Darkness Between [New Age SpaceMusic 2005]

Total Size: 133.39 MB

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Astrogator - The Darkness Between.nfo (Size: 133.39 MB) (Files: 6)

 Astrogator - The Darkness Between.nfo

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 Astrogator - The Darkness Between.m3u

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 Astrogator - The Darkness Between (cover).jpg

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 03 - Astrogator - Part Three.mp3

38.43 MB

 02 - Astrogator - Part Two.mp3

33.25 MB

 01 - Astrogator - Part One.mp3

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Artist : Astrogator
Album : The Darkness Between
Source : CD
Year : 2005
Genre : New Age
Codec : lame 3.96
Quality : CBR, 320kbps, joint stereo
ID3-Tag : Yes, Version 1 & 2.3

Included : This Info-File (NFO)
Playlist (M3U)
Frontcover
Tracklisting
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01 (26:55) Part One
02 (14:31) Part Two
03 (16:47) Part Three
Playing Time : 58:13
Total Size : 133 MB

Astrogator is a duo of Jez Creek (aka Modulator ESP) and Steve Humphries (aka Create). The Darkness Between is their first album together that contains three long tracks simply named "Part 1", "Part 2" and "Part 3". So, reviving the old tradition of naming New Age Synthmusic (EM) tracks, what do we get, musically? Abstract sounds get "Part 1" underway. The mood is appropriately dark and mysterious. Some choir sounds can be heard and then a chilly synth pad line. It's all dark, frosty and full of feeling - just the way I like it. Slight lead synth and piano touches are added. After the six-minute mark, a synthesized rhythm starts joined by a sequence a few moments later. However, things remain rather brooding and laid-back. Another bass sequence joins the flow after the ten-minute mark. The track creates a nice flow and could be used to accompany interstellar travels, having a fitting title too. A mournful lead line floats on top but departs all too briefly, only to return a couple of seconds later. My only gripe concerns the sequences that seem to be overtly static. There is an atmospheric section that comes after fifteen minutes into the track. Another sequence makes its way into the sonic landscape, accompanied by another quirky one and little by little we start propelling forward on top of the most active section of this song, lead synth lines all over the place. The track ends on this upbeat note, with bass sequences coming into prominence and then subsiding to leave us with spacey melancholic notes. A great conclusion! "Part 2" heralds its coming with sharp notes and ghostly effects. Excellent, moody stuff. A mournful melody can be heard that fits perfectly with the picture created by a mélange of electronic sounds. A sawy bass melody provides an extra oomph. This is dramatic and emotional music that I enjoyed immensely. Although I was somehow puzzled when it ended all too abruptly. Effects are once again what introduces us to "Part Three". This tine it's a bit more aggressive and menacing, with some razor-sharp textures and synth drones. Dramatic string stabs add to the picture. A frenetic sequencer rhythm starts that clearly supports this "menacing" mood. At one point the sequencer is tweaked in real time - nice! What develops further I can only describe as sequencer mayhem - with several overlapping patterns making things truly intense. A reflective melody is played on top with brief lead line flashes. After a while it all calms down to return to the initial atmospherics. Jez Creek and Steve Humphries have created a fine cosmic Electronic Music album. Knowing the solo work of both I was expecting some sequencer-based stuff in the Berlin School (New Age) style and two of the tracks ("Part 1" and "Part 3"), indeed, deliver sequences in high doses, with the awesome atmospheric track in between (that's a bit marred by the abrupt ending, I must admit). My favourite track is probably "Part 2", followed closely by "Part Three".
Review by Artemi Pugachov - New Age fan


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