Bitwalker ‎– Wrong way Of Doing Synths

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Bitwalker’s "wrong way of doing synths" depicts an unusually honest string of prospects by transforming its precise description into nearly tangible universes: it is an emulation of a non-existent land, with the basic distinction between an emulation and a simulation being a greater surrealism-focused approach in the former model of a sonic (re)creation. Indeed, the album is supercharged with allegories, memories, flashbacks, visions, wonder and awe.… bursts of diamantine effulgence and a rural plateau placenta amidst a perihelic puissance, a tropopause oscillating between gorgeously emerald-colored high-rise synths and benignant organic florets. All these strikingly crucial emotions are channeled through the specific treatment of the synths and delightfully apocryphal patterns. A docilely erudite and studious attempt at that, spawning cavalcades of retrospective remembrances and tidbits of digital keepsake of the presumably golden era of electro/experimental music. A masterfully precise yet soulful case study.

LINK TO DOWNLOAD: https://archive.org/details/Bitwalker_wrongwayofdoingsynths_HCR2015

© 2015
Music written and composed by Faisal Mahmood Khan
Cover Art and graphic design by Emiliano Pietrini

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