Yagya ‎– Will I Dream During The Process?

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Limited to 1500 copies

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  • Matrix / Runout: Replifact 6201139 SO 005

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUBWAX BCN CD02 Yagya Will I Dream During The Process?(CD, Album, RM) Subwax Bcn SUBWAX BCN CD02 Spain 2013 Sell This Version
SO 005 Yagya Will I Dream During The Process?(10xFile, FLAC, Album) Sending Orbs SO 005 Netherlands Unknown
SUBWAX BCN LP02 Yagya Will I Dream During The Process?(2xLP, RM, 180) Subwax Bcn SUBWAX BCN LP02 Spain 2013 Sell This Version
SO 005 Yagya Will I Dream During The Process?(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Sending Orbs SO 005 Netherlands Unknown
SUBWAX BCN LP02 Yagya Will I Dream During The Process?(2xLP, RM, TP) Subwax Bcn SUBWAX BCN LP02 Spain 2013 Sell This Version

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emosd

emosd

November 8, 2018

Their Blood Is Black And Yellow is one of the most emotional tracks in electronic music you will hear to date. It could go on for hours. Far better than Rythm Of Snow if you ask me.
ambpiantno

ambpiantno

February 7, 2018
It did not take very many listens on this particular masterpiece to put yagya in my top 5 favorite producers. Enough said. Much love!
fingerz-soultrend

fingerz-soultrend

February 9, 2014
This is great great work coming from this Artist i listened to Yagya the days i used to look for artists like Convextion, Textural being... Will i Dream During The Process? Is on some philosophical state, my favourites: we lose ourselves, But if These words are said, when they stood. They let down their wings. It's a must have minimal, Ambient. Good stuff!
Cardia1

Cardia1

May 13, 2013
This album is very romantic for me, most of the musics seem to have a strong connection with rain, so when listening to this album i imagine myself making love and sex with a beautiful hot girl in a public garden under heavy rain and strong wind and the skys are dark pink around us, the tracks "Wind and thunder", "Choose" and "but if these words are heard" are my favourite while "change" is the weakest track in this album.Its a relaxing album filled with soft sounds and gentle tunes.
maedecedeam

maedecedeam

March 11, 2010
This is living, breathing IDM.

The calming throb of percussive patterns and rhythmic interplay is never far, but the waxing and waning peak-and-trough backdrop lends a distinctively organic texture to Yagya's level-headed and cyclical instrumentation style. A driving sensuality.

For those familiar with Bola and Thomas Fehlmann, this temperate and unencumbered mode of musical expression will be a familiar and welcome sound.
Maurautius

Maurautius

September 1, 2008
This CD has a sound that you don't hear very often. Sure there are traces of dub techno in here but there really is a ethereal and deep quality to these tracks that words just might not do justice. This album fuses house, ambient and dub effortlessly and the result is very magical. Distant hums and female voices fill the world of Yagya. Sending Orbs is a quality label and "Will I Dream In The Process?" is without a doubt one of their most impressive releases. Seemingly limited to 1500 copies for the entire world... I wouldn't dare part with mine.
Vertiphon

Vertiphon

July 21, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

After years of waiting, Yagya has finally released the follow up to his critically acclaimed "Rhythm Of Snow" album. "Will I Dream During The Process?" is similar to his previous album, but I think there's more variety to be found on here. Some of the tracks are clearly influenced by Basic Channel (e.g "Change"), but who cares? When the quality is this good it doesn't matter how similar it sounds to other artists. The background hiss, beats and soundscapes are hard to resist. This album has an epic, heavenly atmosphere in every single track. It's hard to pick a favourite, but I think I'll go for "When They Stood, They Let Down Their Wings". Such a glorious piece of Ambient music. After multiple listens, I like this CD more than "Rhythm Of Snow". Brilliant!
kingwiltsu

kingwiltsu

July 19, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Another smashing album from Sending Orbs.
First of all the cover art is beautiful as always with these guys. The music is something between floating on clouds and sinking in ocean. "Will I Dream During the Process?" sure is alot different compared to "Rhythm of Snow", but I think it's a good thing, "Rhythm of Snow" was some what boring and I never could really listen to it, it was just background music. I have never really listened to any house music, so I can't say if this is a blatant ripoff of some other artists and frankly I don't care, this CD is one of my favourites for chilling out.
Have to say it again; beautiful!
asphalteden

asphalteden

July 14, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

It was a real treat when this release was finally announced. I had heard there was a second Yagya CD in the pipeline due to be released on Mille Plateaux, but the label disappeared before it could happen. This may or may not be the record almost released, but it will not disappoint those who loved the Gas/Basic Channel sound in the nineties.

The musical concept is simple: almost overwhelmingly pretty synth washes and a funky 4/4 kickdrum underpins almost the entire record. It's the kind of music that makes you feel as though you're both floating and drowning at the same time. The bottom line is that if you enjoyed "Rhythm of Snow" you'll most likely enjoy this one, too. Certainly it is one of the most frequent plays in my home, since I got it.

The cover art is gorgeous!
jdcapshew

jdcapshew

June 15, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Quite a departure from "Rhythm of Snow", and I like it quite a lot. The music is an extension of the Basic Channel style, with forceful synth washes over the repetetive beats. There are some nice scattered vocal parts which add, not detract. Yes, it's derivative of a style whose nadir was 6-7 years ago, but if the music is extremely well done in an existing genre, it should be acknowleged. This CD will get plenty of airplay in this household.