Mystical Sun ‎– Core

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Buddhaverse Records ‎– BVR001
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Tracklist

1 Core 59:48

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Notes

"The creation process for Core is based around the extensive use of modular synthesizers captured live. Core is a continuous hour long track"

Artwork credit taken from release page on Bandcamp.

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Luminon

Luminon

August 23, 2017
edited 4 months ago

Not a great album this time. It contains a lot of high-pitched sound effects which disrupt concentration and it is too dynamic to relax. The melodies are not blended in with the soundscape, but they are very simple, which isn't a good combination. As far as space ambient drone music goes, this is fast, loud and squeaky.
If you want to relax and meditate, pick the earlier album Mind Energy Consciousness, which has a much deeper and harmonic sound and melodies which are much slower and don't stand out, so they don't bore. That was a job done right. If you decide to buy the album, make sure to have decent headphones.

If you already have Mind Energy Consciousness and want more, pick the other Mystical Sun album of the last year - Music for Supernovas. It's exactly what I wanted and expected from Core, only much longer. Slightly noisy too, but very tasteful.
The classic is Solar Fields - Extended, but don't forget also Markus Guentner - Theia, Ishq - Sama, Kyoto - Scapes and Spheres, Proton Kinoun - Apeiron, Rildrim - Synthetic Dream, Thom Brennan - Mist, Astro Pilot - Solar Walk, or most albums from Stellardrone.
dubremix

dubremix

April 29, 2016

Amazing album, very much in the style of classic deep ambient.