Phase90 ‎– Infinitati

echospace [detroit] ‎– PHASE ONE
CD, Album


1 Infinitati 1:12
2 Ango 8:54
3 Dolor 1:50
4 Terram 8:49
5 Vincis 21:29
6 Targum 2:14
7 Passus 8:10
8 Quam 5:10

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Gatefold cardboard cover with a sticker from front to back and a folded small poster.

Mastered and Engineered in Echospace.

Credits on the CD: Written + produced by Steven Hitchell in Ann Arbour, MI, USA, winter 2014.
Remastered in E.S. (c) + (p) echospace [detroit] 2014

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 385848 24157-1B6B *46832*
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LZ43
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI JB08

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Phase90 Infinitati(8xFile, FLAC, Album) echospace [detroit] none US 2015
none Phase90 Infinitati(8xFile, ogg, Album) echospace [detroit] none US 2015
PHASE ONE Phase90 Infinitati(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Han) echospace [detroit] PHASE ONE US 2015 Sell This Version
none Phase90 Infinitati(8xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) echospace [detroit] none US 2015
none Phase90 Infinitati (Remastered Vinyl Edition + Bonus Material)(6xFile, FLAC, Album, 24 ) echospace [detroit] none US 2015


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January 6, 2015
edited over 6 years ago

Deep,dark, murky, liquid sounding Dubby electronic music of the finest calibre! I am absolutely loving TERRAM & VINCIS, two stunning tracks that take you into the heart of this album.!
Warped and melted sounding these two tracks take you to a subterranean underworld with slow, languid beats and hazy cerebral drones.
Quite a menacing sounding album...well I think so & this may not be to everyone's taste so beware if you don't like your electronic music dark and broody!
I am loving the new albums that Stephen Hitchell is putting out at the moment...deep,trippy music just the way I like it. Superb album!!

Review taken from the bandcamp site:

The debut album from the Phase90 project, inspired by the possessive quality of supernatural textures, field recordings and found sounds conducted at the Calvary Cemetery. This project celebrates progress of the soul, a concept which stems from metempsychosis. The material on this album can be interpreted as sinistral--dark,, heavy due to the hardware and its currencies emitted by its source--the phase 90. An acidic dream of tramsliminality, this is the first Phase90 project to materialize in its essence, unitl now..


January 6, 2015
"Without hype, press or any need for feeding the machine"
Really? Because this is quite clearly (at least here) Echospace's marketing strategy:
1. Release multiple "versions" of an album (test pressings, white labels, "limiteds", digital in X/Y/Z formats), the more the better
2. Have minions rate each & every version of the release 5 stars on discogs (click on number link next to Ratings to see what I mean)
3. Ultra-super rating on discogs, must be amazing album!

I like much of their music, however hitchell & modell are not perpetual aural-gold-dust-farting machines


January 4, 2015
edited over 6 years ago

Outstanding album which I didn't expect from the phase90 project as the remixes under this moniker were almost powerful and driving.
Having an album which is even slower and deeper than the cv313 Dimensional Space one is (at least for me) a welcome and mesmerizing
surprise. VINCIS really kills it!
Shows how versatile Stephen Hitchell is in his various projects!


January 3, 2015

An absolute highlight in the DC/ES/cv313/Intrusion catalogue...deep and mesmerizingly beautiful!


December 31, 2014

This album took me completely by surprise, it's one of the best I've heard from the label this year. Without hype, press or any need for feeding the machine, in favor of genuinely unsettling abstract music I'm not sure how to describe, this is an experience versus another re-dub, re-play, re-master. There's something really profound happening here.