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Sine Dust

by 36

The 2nd EP of 2015 from ambient artist 36, inspired by the NASA Voyager I mission. 4 tracks of deep, emotional music for your next visit to space.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sun Riders, Pt. II
5:31 album only
2. Drift Orbit
5:22 album only
3. Sine Dust
5:29 album only
4. Beyond the Heliosphere
6:23 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
On August 25, 2012, the Voyager 1 spacecraft left our solar system and entered interstellar space, making it's new home in the vast gulf between the stars. It will be another 40,000 years until it reaches the next star. Long after we are all gone, it will still be orbiting around the centre of our galaxy, on a billion year journey into the unknown. What remains is a love letter to the rest of the universe, whispering who we were and what we managed to achieve. From an insignificant planet, on a pins head in our galaxy, we told the rest of the cosmos we are alive.

"Sine Dust is a collection of synth-based tracks, which I wrote between December 2014 and February 2015. I wanted to make an EP that had a strictly defined sound and theme, which continued from beginning to end, using a limited array of instruments to tell the story. All tracks are sequenced in the order they were made. In some ways, it's the most minimal record I've made. The sounds are soft, muted and the notes are played with a gentle intensity that hopefully reflects my passion for the stars. Listening back, I find it quite an inspirational, almost-romantic record, yet one which remains undeniably melancholic. I hope you like it" - 36



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