Within Reason ‎– Transient Broadcasts

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1 Assign Emotion 8:23
2 Soul Pillow 8:09
3 Correlate 9:40
4 Amorphic Design 6:28
5 Morke (Darkness) 9:45
6 Diaphanous 7:21
7 Sunrise Ekko 7:35
8 Contemplate.dream 9:12

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Recorded at the Soundcave 2011-2012 somewhere in America.

Limited collectors art edition of 300 copies, housed in a lustrous, hinged rectangular tin containing two-panel insert.

Total time: 66:53
©2013 Gregory Kyryluk
©2013 Anodize

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  • Matrix / Runout: 70D3AF_37A413 13CDO9423 MCE/CA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HRR160501 Within Reason Transient Broadcasts(CDr, Album, RP) Harmonic Resonance Recordings HRR160501 US 2016 Sell This Version
HRR160501 Subtle Shift Transient Broadcasts(CDr, Ltd) Harmonic Resonance Recordings HRR160501 US 2017 Sell This Version
AD1301 Within Reason Transient Broadcasts(8xFile, MP3, 320) Anodize AD1301 US 2013
AD1301 Within Reason Transient Broadcasts(CD, Album, Ltd) Anodize AD1301 US 2013 Sell This Version

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richardgurtler

richardgurtler

June 23, 2013
edited over 7 years ago

Within Reason "Transient Broadcasts" CD

Gregory Kyryluk aka Within Reason (also the driving force behind Alpha Wave Movement and Open Canvas) marks with "Transient Broadcasts" CD the debut release (March 2013) for newly-born Anodize label, run by Darren Bergstein. The first album by Within Reason entitled "Subtle Shift" was released in February 2012 as CDr edition limited to 50 copies by other Darren's label Periphery. And it was a huge one, still resonating deeply as one of the highlights of 2012. Now, one year later, Anodize, as a subdivision of Periphery, is bringing to all connoisseurs of high-tech hypnoscapes a glass mastered CD delivered in hinged rectangular tin containing two-panel insert. Definitely a very good move by Anodize!!!

"Assign Emotion" fires the show with freshly pulsing IDM-infused piece, where ear-catching, razor sharp rhythms are delicately backed by hissy flavored mesmeric blankets. A very strong induction!!! "Soul Pillow" keeps its cyber-tech feel, although more laid-back flavored than its predecessor. Myriad of synthetically radiating crystalline swirls interweaves precisely with euphoniously warm, semi-melodious reinforcements. It sounds exactly as it is titled!!! "Correlate" immediately attracts with its sparser texture highlighted by coldly pulsing cybernetic electronica. Again masterfully paired with panoramically captivating atmozones. Gregory Kyryluk is excelling at this one, with its silken thinness, but exquisitely lustrous, definitely a top-notch sonic jewel!!! This jaw-dropping electroscaping overlaps also to the next composition, "Amorphic Design", where vibrant electro beats smoothly emerge and embrace each listener with its hauntingly electrifying dynamics, with kind of funky-like outline and bonded by velvety convergences. "Morke (Darkness)", as indicated, unfolds with darker drones, but soon hummed, slowed down dub techno embellishments and celestial chant traceries enter the stage along with the variety of minimal and colder rhythm motifs and voice samples. Intriguing and enigmatic!!! "Diaphanous" unfolds with soothingly contemplative minimalism that soon transfers into swiftly pulse-driven escapade, here and there gently fragranced by exotic female chants. "Sunrise Ekko" is a hyper modern trancescape with deeply tranquilizing Mediterranean effect, splendidly evoking beautifully relaxing summer morning somewhere at the Côte d'Azur, with gentle sea breeze sweeping your face. Stunningly comforting aural realms await here!!! Hissy clouds cover the closing cut, "Contemplate.dream", and shift it into absolutely fascinating spheres with mildly oscillating melodies, guarded by utterly gorgeous shimmering horizons. Calming jazz-funk tapestries come to light as well and harmoniously enrich the overall mood. This is undoubtedly a grand finale, welcome to the infinite sonic paradise!!!

"Transient Broadcasts" is another sensational recording by Within Reason and also quite divergent when comparing it to "Subtle Shift". I keep on repeating this, but Gregory Kyryluk is a true genius, a composer with filigree touch and passionate visions, one of its kind sonic sculptor!!! In case you don't know this, in Dover, Massachusetts, based composer, you have no idea what you are missing!!!

Richard Gürtler (Jun 22, 2013, Bratislava, Slovakia)
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June 18, 2013
edited over 7 years ago

A combination from a talented artist, with a great album, on new and very exciting label! This is music that simply must be heard to appreciate its quality with its excellent fusion of modern styles across todays electronic music, esp from: Idm, downtempo, dub-techno, and ambient. Each track always impresses and touches your thoughts with its deep and almost electronica New Age sound that can be described almost like a combination of The Orb(more ambient), early Yagya(esp debut album), and even Bvdub (atmosphere); yet still manages to be unique in its own way thanks to Within Reason's ability to use create and blend elements, layers, and fusing genres with great knowledge and precession. By the end, I too(as mentioned below), was left with a feeling of warmth and satisfaction that this album delivered music of the highest quality that will remain with me long after other albums simply pass me by after a couple listens!...A artist, a label I will certainly be keeping a close eye on. Excellent.
Escherichia

Escherichia

May 14, 2013

For me this album is a perfect marriage of styles. The dub techno influence is there, but not overwhelmingly so – it’s mostly present in the echoed chords and overall mood of most of the tracks, and is seamlessly blended with early-90s IDM and downtempo sounds, as well as a healthy dose of ambient bordering on classic New Age (I mean that in the best way possible, although I’ll readily admit I have a soft spot for New Age sounds of the 80s and 90s). The result is melodic, haunting, groovy and contemplative all at once. Every track has something to love, but “Soul Pillow,” “Amorphic Design,” “Diaphanous” and the jazzy “Contemplate.dream” would be the stand-outs if I had to choose. By the time the album ends I’m left with this warm, satisfied feeling that few albums can wholly deliver. I hope Gregory Kyryluk continues to make albums in this vein.