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A Vision Of Hydrogenium

by Devas

Mystical Voices meets Electronics!
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Great Coloured Universe
11:24 album only
2. The Human And The Being
8:30 album only
3. Like Fishes In Deep Water
5:30 album only
4. Little Floating Lights
9:29 album only
5. Inbetween Worlds
9:29 album only
6. Black Nothing
5:50 album only


Album Notes
Berlin label Klangwirkstoff Records releases electronic ambient music based on the philosophy of the cosmic octave. Klangwirkstoff is a catalyst in music theory and deals with the influences of deduced rhythms, resonances and frequencies in nature.

Klangwirkstoff Records present their sixth cd release:

Devas: A Vision Of Hydrogenium

On their debut album A Vision Of Hydrogenium Devas presents a molecule scoring based to the series of the hydrogen atom, calculated by Johann Jakob Balmer. At this the spectral data was calculated and transposed into the human hearing range by Hans Cousto.

The duo of Jewel (voices and electronics) and Sigyn M (bass and electronics), hailing from the northern part of Germany, were inspired by these calculations and tuned their instruments to them to compose this fantastic piece of work, characterised by warm electronic landscapes and melodies.

The magical appearance of these sound fields, arisen from the depths of molecular reality, are tastefully amalgamated with Jewel's enchanting voice and will abduct you to distant worlds. Stylistically, Jewel is combining liturgic elements of classical and overtone music with jazz and avant-garde pop elements thus creating a hypnotic, captivating effect.

The Balmer series describes the spectral series of the hydrogen atom within the range of the visible spectrum of light. Devas utilised the 5 basic frequencies and the threshold of the Balmer series as a point of origin for each individual track on this album.

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