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Future Worlds

18 Mar. 2013 | Format: MP3

£7.99 (VAT included if applicable)
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What a wonderful surprise this album was. I've been a fan of electronic music for quite some time, from classic stuff by Jean Michel Jarre and Tomita, through to modern stuff like Juno Reactor. Future Worlds stands up next to all those great artists. It's catchy, relaxing, thoughtful and adventurous music all at the same time, depicting voyages to the stars, to other planets and to possible futures. It doesn't go overboard with the special effects sounds and even mixes in a little orchestral sound, which complements the electronic melodies perfectly. Favourite tracks include Icefall, which is incredibly atmospheric, and the superbly upbeat Flightpath. Strongly recommended to all fans of spacey, electronic music - put on the music, close your eyes and imagine yourself travelling to the stars.
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Future Worlds is a bold claim to make, as large parts of this album sound like the worlds of the future are listening to 1980s ambient masters like Jean Michel Jarre, Arthur Russell, Neu. Not so much moon rock as just a touch of Krautrock. That's no bad thing of course. It's highly atmospheric, mood music for people who like their music a bit more considered and slow burning. The essay and artwork are a nice touch too - the people (if they are people not androids) behind Future Worlds are clearly have other worldly multi-tasking abilities. File under spacerockmildjazzplinkyelectro
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I bought this album several weeks back. It's classic synth music using authentic classic keyboard sounds. It's full of lush big sounds but always relaxing and atmospheric. To me it's got the feel of Jean Michelle Jarre crossed with Vangelis (specifically his Themes music such as his Mutiny On the Bounty theme tune). Future Worlds music is perfect for films but can easily invoke great images in the head. Personally I get images of either space ships, other worlds or sometimes even a big galleon sailing on the ocean.
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I found Future Worlds to be quite a relaxing album, which plays almost like a film soundtrack. The song titles set the mood for each piece, which range in style from ambient to industrial. Each track has its own surprises, which make this album quite addictive. Any fans of Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream or Vangelis or even Enigma are bound to spot their influence here, and if you like that kind of music, then Future Worlds is worth checking out.
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