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by Unbreakable Foundation

If an alien came down from space and made music for the purpose of relaxing people and expanding their minds, it might sound something like this.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sympathy For The Wicked
6:03 $0.99
2. Sequential Circuits
5:00 $0.99
3. South For The Winter
7:24 $0.99
4. Symbols
2:24 $0.50
5. Standing In Shadows
5:53 $0.99
6. Somethin' Brewin'
5:50 $0.99
7. Sleeping
7:28 $0.99
8. Safety In Numbers
4:43 $0.99
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Album Notes
*** NOTE - CD Baby changed the sample clips to random 30 second snippets without my permission. Full length clips are available at http://ufoundation.bandcamp.com ***

Anthony Milas grew up in the 80's listening to instrumental electronic & sample-based music, as a way to feel more "at home" in what felt to him like an alien world.

Unbreakable Foundation's "S" was programmed, performed, mixed and mastered by Anthony in his New Zealand home studio, which at the time consisted of only an 18 year-old midi keyboard, a computer, a single piece of software (Propellerheads Reason) and a pair of reference monitors. Before Reason appeared, Anthony had built up a traditional recording studio around a 24 channel mixing desk, an Akai hard disk recorder and various synths and outboard gear, much of which was sold when he got hold of Reason, and realised software was rendering such setups obsolete.

The album is called "S" because all the track names begin with that letter - something that happened initially by chance before it was decided to rename a couple of tracks to make the pattern consistent across the album.

The cover image is an oil-painting of Anthony's partner, who when posing for artists often listens to an iPod (unobtrusively pinned in her hair), to make sitting in the same position for several hours more endurable. Sydney-based artist Diane Hoath painted this profile of Hannah over six weeks, and in a not-so-typical move, painted in her iPod headphones as well.

Anthony is currently working on a number of musical projects, some of which you may hear, see and possibly touch and feel soon.

Check out the music video for track 2 along with some other stuff - search "unbreakable foundation" or "anthony milas" on YouTube.



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Chris and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Impressive, Relaxing Electronic CD
“S” is the impressive instrumental electronic debut album from Unbreakable Foundation. Each track on “S” is connected by two things: firstly, the title of each track begins with the letter S, and secondly, each track makes you feel as though you are drifting far, far away to a place much superior to the place you were prior to putting the album on. Anthony Milas, the architect of Unbreakable Foundation, has created an excellent mood-setting album geared towards relaxation, introspection, and feeling calm and meditative, with enough organic elements to make you feel as though you are sitting atop a mountain. His musical approach gives a worldly feel similar to Gotan Project, but also incorporates ambience and driving beats reminiscent of Radiohead and Boards of Canada. Though “S” was recorded in Milas’ New Zealand home studio, the sound is crisp and fulfilling. “South For The Winter” makes the listener feel as if they are a migrant bird, alternating between a fast-paced, driving beat and a slowed-down, drifting sound, flying and resting. “Somethin’ Brewin’” incorporates a number of worldly instruments and has an overall Hindi flare to it. Overall, “S” is a solid debut from Unbreakable Foundation. Anyone who enjoys relaxing electronic music should definitely check “S” out.

Ichwan Peters

Really enjoyed this album! Made me feel "at home", drifting off into the stratosphere. When is the next one?