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Outputmessage - The Infinite Void (2014) 320/lossless

21-09-2014, 19:09
Music | Electronic | House | Techno | FLAC / APE

Outputmessage - The Infinite Void (2014) 320/lossless

Artist: Outputmessage
Title Of Album: The Infinite Void
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Output Noise / ON 014
Genre: Techno, Electro, House
Quality: MP3 / Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps / Lossless
Total Time: 00:53:03
Total Size: 120 mb / 284 mb

1. Redshift 02:17
2. The Infinite Void 06:26
3. Goldilocks Zone 04:34
4. Gravity 06:14
5. Minuscule 05:48
6. Core 05:33
7. Satellites 05:16
8. Dust 04:58
9. Pillars 06:10
10. Hypernova 05:44

Join Outputmessage on a journey through space with his latest—and most ambitious—album to date, The Infinite Void.

Lifting off with “Redshift”, an ambient introduction that starts in complete silence and ends in an explosive tidal wave of lush, layered synths, Outputmessage (DC resident Bernard Farley) takes us on a 54-minute odyssey where the quiet moments are just as provocative as the most boisterous. Whereas before Farley opted for upfront, catchy vocals and pop melodies, on The Infinite Void, nuance is the instrument of choice as he attempts to tell the overarching story of man's place in the universe.

Farley challenges genre definitions, creating a sound that sits somewhere between instrumental and vocal electronica, headphone music and club-ready techno. This can be heard on “Goldilocks Zone,” whose title references the exact proximity to a star that is ideal for human life. Floating synth pads, a strumming acoustic guitar, and Farley's wispy vocals lock with a playful bass line; a magically simple combination that may be the grooviest lullaby you've ever heard.

Poetic lyrics merge with adventurous song structures to create an atmosphere that is familiar yet foreign and engrossing yet still. It is as if the album captures the paradox of our universe that is almost entirely empty space, yet filled with such wonder. Perhaps this is best demonstrated on “Minuscule.” At the heart of the album, it has a churning rhythm that slowly gives way to a burst of tribal drums, staccato strings, and a haunting choir arrangement. In fourteen lines of poetry, this song outlines the story of human existence, from the depths of the ocean to the vastness of space. Though quiet and restrained, this is Outputmessage at his most bold and adventurous.

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