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TXC142 - The Cryosphere album flac

  • Performer: TXC142
  • Title: The Cryosphere
  • Size FLAC ver: 1788 mb
  • Date of release: 2012
  • Style: Ambient, Breakbeat
  • Other formats: DXD MP2 MP1 XM WAV RA AU
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
TXC142 - The Cryosphere album flac

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Tracks count: 5. Views: 1. TXC142 - Awakening 05:22. TXC142 - Corruption 05:09. TXC142 - The Rebels 03:57.

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On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: TXC142 - The Cryosphere. Photo of TXC142 - The Cryosphere. More albums of TXC142: Dying Lights. This album was released on the label CLSM (catalog number CLSMW33-1). This album was released in 2012-09-05 year.

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Tracklist

1 Awakening 5:22
2 Corruption 5:08
3 The Rebels 4:02
4 The Core 5:08
5 Quadrant 7 5:04
6 The Cryosphere 30:00

Notes

The Cryosphere is a 5 track E.P. from TXC 142. 5 Tracks designed to tell a story + a minimix of all of the tracks. Track details are given:

Awakening –
Militant drums, perhaps representing the heartbeat of the inhabitants of the Cryosphere, pound at the foundations of this story and introduce the hard-synced, gliding riff which stirs the senses alive. Personal musical influences such as trance, gabber and techno, can be heard and are portrayed in such a way, uncompromising to both the track itself and the narrative.

Corruption –
Dramatic, staccato string stabs, in minor, lead in followed by punchy kicks and rapid fills. Spatial movements on the percussive elements give a sense of life, as do the effects on some of the main synths. This track contains interesting sound design aspects, particularly the LFO-modulated, rising and falling synth, as well as the juxtaposition of naturalistic sounding strings against the mechanical, industrial sounding synths. A strong emphasis on the use of legato strings reinforces a sense of emotive content, perhaps mostly compassion or empathy for the inhabitants of the Cryosphere, now the underdogs of the story.

The Rebels –
A high-pitched bleep pulsates over eerie, ominous howls of stray dogs creating a sense of urgency before a gritty, crunchy, textured lead bites in, almost alien-toad like. The gated synth in the mid section creates pace reinforcing the feeling of urgency, whilst the melodic and rhythmic variation towards the end of the track could portray a shift or change in the rebels mission to obtain an access key.

The Core –
A staccato style, gritty riff, not too distant from that of ‘The Rebels’, sets a rapid pace in this, slightly more break-beat, angled track. With a growling bass-line to boot, ‘The Core’ conjures images of high speed, futuristic-transportation-device, chases, through a complex web of electronically automated industrial spaces and alleys. Think Blade Runner, meets Tron vs. the scene where the Millennium Falcon delves into the center of the Death Star in Return of the Jedi, but fast forward to the year 40,000.

Quadrant 7 -
Strings, a pulsing synth, gated choir, hands in the air. Trance? No! Still Drum and Bass, but with an intro as epic as that it’s hard not to want to reach for the lasers like a crasher kid donning a glow-stick in 1999. Alarm like synthesis reinforces the dramatic feel that this track portrays, set against the tranquility of the string sections, whilst a warm, roaring riff flows reliantly in the background.

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