9:45 minutes (8.92 MB) Electronic Ambient 1999
The Void allows you to loose yourself in the endless voids of space... Built on a carpet of slightly distorted strings (for your information - the sound comes from Einstrürzende Neubauten’s “Ende Neu” CDrom version) there is a slow analogue bass loop that leads us through this meditative track. The tune works by using long and exactly set echoes on allmost all of it’s main sounds. read more »
5:29 minutes (5.03 MB) Electronic Ambient 1999
The Abyss is sounds. Analogue fx, twisted knobs and defenitely no structure at all. Deeper, deeper and deeper into the darkness...
When I listen to it now it somehow sounds to me like an electronic version of the music in the final travelling sequence of 2001 - a space odyssey. But in this case it’s purely coincidential.
1:25 minutes (1.3 MB) Electronic Ambient 1999
The end of this radio program for today.
7:33 minutes (6.92 MB) Electronic Drum and Bass 1999
“Even when the shadow of the Eclypse moved over the body of the Space shuttle the astronauts continued their work, running their experiments in the spacelab.”
Hmmm... this one’s a bit hard to define, I’d say, that it’s a bit drum’n’bass-ish, but judge for yourself. It is the result of some early tries with sampled drumloops... Stay tuned for more of this stuff.
4:24 minutes (4.03 MB) Electro Industrial 1999
“During the Eclypse, the Hubble-telescope, usually scanning the stars out there, was pointed inwards to get a better look.....”
That’s a really good one too... Following the style of LFO’s Tied Up, Hubble creates it’s own dynamic by pointing out the discrepancies of the troubles of modern life... Naaaw, it’s simply cool, but it really sounds a bit like Tied Up ;-)...
6:48 minutes (6.23 MB) Electronic 1999
You could call Phase IV the bonus track of Eclypse, since it’s actually a remastered track from... 4 or five years ago... Hmmm... It’s building abound some silly sounds and a monotonous bassline, but ... I don’t know, I just like it... :)
4:06 minutes (3.76 MB) Electronic Drum and Bass 1999
For Sake is a cute little tune. I find it hard to put it into a specific genre, maybe a bit Drum&Bass-ish. Initially it was written for a CD with add-on-levels for the game Forsaken (hence the name), but that project never was finished. read more »