Sync24 ‎– Source

Ultimae Records ‎– inre 024, Ultimae Records ‎– inre024
CD, Album, Mixed

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Walk On Spheres
Lyrics By, Voice [Read By] – Anna SegerstadVoice [Additional] – Daniel Ringström
2 Memloop
Voice – Johannes Hedberg
3 Cryptobiosis
Voice – Karin My Andersson
4 mBorg 5:32
5 Suspended Animation 7:08
6 Biota 6:24
7 Replicant 6:27
8 White Pixels
Lyrics By, Voice [Read By] – Anna Segerstad
9 From A To A
Lyrics By, Voice [Read By] – Daniel Ringström
10 Woodland (Resurrected) 4:41
11 Source (Album Edit) 7:21

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Mastered in GingerHill Studio.

(c) & (p) on this album 2007 Ultimae records.

Packaged in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 760115 680050
  • Matrix / Runout: 0704002
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI 8JAF
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8JXF

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LFTFLD07 Sync24 Source(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Leftfield Records LFTFLD07 Sweden 2014
INRE 024 Sync24 Source(CD, Album, Mixed, RP) Ultimae Records INRE 024 France 2008 Sell This Version


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May 20, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
Agree with Soleilnoir.mailorder with the microscopic description. Its as if you have lifted up a rock and found a self contained ecosystem of ambient/psytrance. quieter but not less profound than any other ultimae release. This is definitely in my top 5.

'White Pixels' has took me on one of the best musical journeys I've ever been on.


April 18, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

In my opinion, this is the deepest sound on Ultimae Records. Carefully processed sonic landscapes.
It's a truly decent record.


February 24, 2010
As stated below this is perhaps one of the most quiet, almost microscopic release Ultimae Recordings offered so far. The subtelty of some sounds is not far from being subliminal, however, they are far from being unnoticed. Sometimes it seems that sounds succeed in conveying a "transparent" texture, like hearing sound turning into glass, which pushes forward the idea of what can be achieved with great ideas and incredible production. A delicate journey into the poetics of tiny electronic swells, thin lines and liminal hypnosis.


June 8, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

It's obvious that there's a connection between Sync24- and Carbon Based Lifeforms-sound. At first, you must like this disc, if you're onto CBL-style. Otherwise, I think, Daniel has an independent style, which is just a little bit tend to the duo. I could define his music as true and pure ambient with some psychedelic acid flavour, and sometimes with minimal interferences.
Till today we only knew Sync24 from a few compilations, and it wasn't hard to tell that Daniel is very talented. Finally, here is a complete album, a perfectly worked ambient journey form the first minute till the end.
Must buy!


May 16, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
First thing is first. There will be an obvious comparision for this album and Carbon Based Lifeforms - World of Sleepers.

Honestly, in my opinion, Source blows W.O.S. right out of the water (now Hydroponic garden is another story). Source is much more quiet and ambient then anything Carbon Based Lifeforms has released. It lacks the acid beats for the most part, and relies on atmosphere much more. The result is quite pleasing and its almost like a Carbon Based Lifeforms Jr. Some people might take offense to that and claim this is a separate outing completely. However, Daniel himself said the album is at least 50% CBL sound.

In either case, its a safe bet if you're a fan of CBL or Ultimae in general, then you'll love this album. Standouts for me are "Memloop" with its hypnotic beat pattern and "mBorg" for its warm IDM sound.