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Fragments From An Infinite Sequence (Limited Edition 12" Vinyl)
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DIODE002 - Synth Sense - Fragments From An Infinite Sequence
A - Broken Parallels
B1 - You and Your Ghost
B2 - Sphere Of Influence
Synth Sense have been in imperious form as of late. Following on from their Alien Transmissions release and the collaborative effort with ASC, on Reject The System, Fragments From an Infinite Sequence sees them back in familiar territory; the unknown. As you'd imagine from the titles, this is a vast collection of music that spans short of 30 mins, but explores infinite possibilities. Close your eyes, open your ears, sit back and indulge in the world of Synth Sense.
Broken Parallels – Coming in at a second short of 15 mins, this track is a monster. A behemoth actually. This is pure futurism sculpted into experimental electronic music. Dystopian backdrops set against a wash of cyberpunk influences which give way to abrasive sounds and metallic percussion. Each listen reveals a new layer to take something in every time. A science fiction world of audio waiting for your exploration.
You and Your Ghost – More darkness and perhaps more sinister than the A side. More abrasive percussion and deep dark science fiction sounds set the scene. This is the musical equivalent to a heist on a space colony set in the 25th century.
Sphere Of Influence – Keeping with the dark sci-fi theme, Sphere Of Influence rounds up proceedings with its cinematic widescreen expanse. Transmissions from undiscovered colonies intercepted by rogue governments. Evocative and thought provoking mood music at its finest.
This EP further cements Diode's platform for releasing deep original music. A vague template for techno has been well and truly flipped on its axis with this release. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
released October 21, 2013
Written, produced and engineered by Daniel Kiley & Ray Lewis.