Ambientium ‎– Fractal Philosophy

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Kahvi Collective ‎– #265
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Ambientium Fractal Philosophy(File, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Ambientium Self-released) none Czech Republic 2009
#265 Ambientium Fractal Philosophy(9xFile, ogg, Album, 256) Kahvi Collective #265 UK 2009
none Ambientium Fractal Philosophy(CDr, Album, Ltd) iT Records (2) none Czech Republic 2009 Sell This Version

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Vitamin420

Vitamin420

January 18, 2012
This really is a diamond in the rough - it's an amazing album, and best of all it's a FREE RELEASE!!!! But my oh my is it good, I totally agree with Abasio below, this is solid proof that free net releases can be rock solid. Seriously worth a listen, it could use some work but life seems to be all about constant progression, so I'm definitely tuning in to hear what this guy puts out next.
Abasio

Abasio

April 11, 2009

Ambientium are Lucie and Lubos hailing from the Czech Republic. This is the first and only release I am aware of and it is a free net release available from Ambientium dot com and Kahvi dot org. This is a release that shows just how good a lot of the free net releases can be. This sounds spacey and deep with a lot little psychedelic sounds, nice melodies and sci-fi imagery. This sounds a little like Distant System – Spiral Empire and could have appeared on Ultimae Records. The production is not quite up to the standard of the aforementioned musicians though and it would be nice to hear this remastered and have a few things tweaked. Occasionally the intro of a track doesn’t flow well into the rest of it and sometime the changes in direction are a little abrupt but overall I am very impressed by this album. It has what is more important to me than production, it has ideas and great ideas at that. This is a very visual album and while listening to it I am taken on a journey through outer space, passed dust clouds onto alien planets, being abducted by aliens & floating down along the length of a huge spaceship.
This album also has a lot of different styles mixed in together, there is a lot that sounds deep and bassy like many Ultimae albums, there is also a lot of melodic tracks with even some glitchy ones, ambient ones, natural sounds and mechanical sounds and even one track that is a little bit on the cheesy side. Despite all these styles though this is best listened to as a whole as it’s a good journey better on headphones without any distractions.