Phi Sequence | Dream Sequences

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Dream Sequences

by Phi Sequence

Sonic sequences that came from a series of ambient glitch dreams I once had
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Falling
6:23 album only
2. Walking Through Walls (weightless Mix)
5:57 album only
3. Invisible / Invincible (see-through Mix)
8:40 album only
4. Bad Dream (nightmare Mix)
5:46 album only
5. To Kiss The Stars In Your Eyes
10:00 album only


Album Notes
These tracks came out of a selection of remixes from Qxtc Slp, and new unreleased material. It's ambient glitch in nature. Beautifully complex and understated electronica.



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Chris Philpotts/KIBEJA

Pushing Boundaries
Phi Sequence's EP "Dream Sequences" never let's you go. From the fist note to the last, this is a project that pushes the boundaries of expectations and delivers exceptional music. One is propelled through so many soundscapes that it is almost certain that you will never be board sonically. In fact, you will find yourself listening again and again to gain a greater understanding of what's being said. This is intelligent music requiring a desire to listen intently and when you do, a wash of musical bliss is enjoyed.


A Challenge worth taking....
A challenging but rewarding collection of songs that work as a whole. The production throughout is superb. Each track holds your interest from start to finish. There is nothing typical here, there are no cliches and nothing heard it all before.
That's not to say there isn't a wide range of experimental and electronic albums that this collection may remind you of. At times I thought of tangerine dream or test department or cluster but none of those are really comparisons just odd ideas hear an there.

This EP isn't always easy to listen to , there is a challenge, but it is worth the effort.

I enjoyed this a lot.