Zero Cult ‎– Dreams In Stereo

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Cosmicleaf Records ‎– CLCD016
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CD, Album
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1 Zero Cult Indigo Dream 8:07
2 Zero Cult Electro Wind 7:49
3 Zero Cult Cosmic Noise 6:54
4 Zero Cult Seclusion 7:33
5 Zero Cult Frozen 7:05
6 Side Liner Once Upon A Time (Zero Cult Remix)
Remix – Zero CultWritten-By, Producer – Nick Miamis
7:38
7 Zero Cult Inside The Urban Ocean 6:47
8 Zero Cult Edelweiss 6:34
9 Zero Cult Walking On The Moon 7:27
10 Zero Cult Till The Morning 7:36

Credits

  • Artwork By [3d Artwork] – Neonix
  • Artwork By [Sleeve Design] – Headbot
  • Producer, Written-ByEmil Ilyayev

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060147123296

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Mr.Papaya

Mr.Papaya

September 4, 2009
edited over 5 years ago

Zero Cult has been steadily releasing psybient music for several years with consistent quality. And it is good quality: all his work is very well produced & composed, melodies following clear, almost geometrical structures, with a conservative yet creative resonance. You will not find random & odd noises that scratch the insides of your brain, but elegant and smooth textures that flow together and harmoniously create a rich and delicate sound. Emotional chill-out at its core.

Dreams in Stereo delivers an eclectic collection of styles: spacey & dreamy, up-beaty & funky and melancholy & moody. Each track has a very distinct feeling behind it, a quality transparent in all of ZC's work. His background in progress-trance is reflected in the gradual and restrained build-ups that characterize his ambient music. The tempo remains consistent through-out each track, telling a particular story that is carefully amplified by each layer of sound added into the mix. The album, as a whole, seems to be missing such composition, though, presenting each track 'as is', with no unifying structure

Zero Cult has not evolved greatly in terms of diversity since his first album; The sounds are pretty much the same and the compositions follow similar logic. The content is still unique in each track, however, forming quite a collection of feelings and styles. If you liked his previous releases, then you will almost certainly enjoy Dreams in Stereo. In fact, you might want to hunt down all his other releases as well. They're just as good.