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Modulo Mundi | Chasing The Horizon

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Chasing The Horizon

by Modulo Mundi

Lovely downtempo, lively uptempo, and subtle minimalism mark the remixes on this second single from The Tranquility Crucible.
Genre: Electronic: Techno
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1. Chasing The Horizon
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2. Chasing The Horizon (Downtempo Version)
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3. Chromatic Shift (Monochrome Black)
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4. Chromatic Shift (Monochrome White)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We have all been there: the long stretch of the lonely highway, the extended moment of solitude trapped between periods of time, traveling the conduit between past and future. The growing feeling of exhaustion from the journey matched by the glowing feeling of anticipation of what is to come.

Chasing The Horizon is about this moment that is suspended between moments, when there is time to reflect on what is past and what is to come. The electric anticipation, matched by a bittersweet mourning not only of what is now in the past, but also for the fact that everything which is about to happen will also pass into memory. The price of every experience is its loss, and being aware of this in that moment only heightens the joy and makes is all the more exquisite.

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