Highly immersive SciFi adventure album about the oscillating wonder and terror of unknown space, as you follow the drama of doomed outpost Omega Station to it’s heart stopping conclusion.
With his first full length broadcast from Deep Space in eight (light)years veteran cosmonaut disrupt is setting out towards a new era of space exploration for the Jahtari label:
A mind-boggling journey through 23rd century library music, imaginary soundtrack as much as hommage to worn-out SciFi paperback novels, this beautifully textured interstellar experience comes highly recommended for all space cadets.
“We monitor many frequencies. We listen always." Came a voice, out of the babel of tongues, speaking to us. It played us a mighty dub.” - William Gibson, Neuromancer.
"Rastafarian orbital workers refused to return to the "Babylon" of Earth, and instead constructed a space station to build their "Zion" as a religious colony. ..."
I like to imagine this is what that would sound like. The only complaint is the album feels too short. Then again, there are no bad songs! ██████████████████████████████████