/ March 31, 2018

Record 2003-2018 • Public 2018 • Release 2018 • Edition 2018 USC-WR-1803.0405 • Space Ambient Astrovia - Ambienaut

One day we put on the headphones, turn on the music and... find ourselves in a parallel dimension. The picture of reality begins to change, the space is filled with unknown boundless waters of sound passages and melisms. Consciousness resists at first, trying to grasp the usual material patterns, but the element of sound is inexorable. Images from dreams, abstractions and unseen landscapes engulf the traveller’s mind. Ambienaut. The one who knows a secret: how to use music to open a portal into the inner sea... Where did the idea of this mystical music come from? Could it be that the first ambient was recorded by a supercivilization that lived at the dawn of the Universe? And the memory of it remained in the world information field. Or, one day, in an abandoned space laboratory, devices and computers with artificial intelligence left in the switched-on state continued the research program... and perceived secrets of the Universe, having expressed them in sound. But who is destined to discover this knowledge for mankind? We will visit different worlds in the universe of music of ambiance and find out why only ambienaut will cope with the task like that...

1 • 05:27 • Electrobreath/Ph[r]ase of Noise 2 • 09:04 • UV/Soundbless 3 • 08:01 • Ambienaut 4 • 08:22 • Ambisphere/Abandoned Lab 5 • 11:00 • Avantguests/We've Got Smth in It 6 • 13:29 • Dreamension/Vaulted Halls

Composition, musical concept – Astrovia Keyboards, synthesizers, programming, effects, writing, arrangement, recording, mixing, mastering, visual concept, illustration – Alexander Girin Artwork – Mike Winchester

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