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Headphone Commute Review

Going into the city on a Monday after the Hurricane Sandy back in November I expected some sort of normalcy, knowing well in advance that there is no such thing. Each day brings with it another state of mind, another state of the world, another state of being. Even when all of these states are just in your head. And somehow, even the music sounds different depending on these things. Have you noticed that? A few resounding notes may carry hope or pure despair. And yet the music has no state. It simply is, outside of time and being. And just when I ease into the newer ‘norm’ the beat picks up to drive the rhythm. Progressing from contemplating psybient textures to early morning trance, the selections on the latest compilation from Ultimae, effortlessly blend into a euphoric cocktail. What’s great about compilations in general, such as Greenosophy, is that a listener gets to experience a full range of sound as offered by the label. And it’s more than an offhand sampler of the wares buried within – its a guided journey through a landscape of inner secrets as told by the natives who built it themselves. Compiled by Cyril Miserez (aka Mizoo), the eleven tracks on Greenosophy showcase works by Liquid Stranger, Cell, Tripswitch, Solar Fields, James Murray, Cygna and many others. “Mizoo believes that music can develop a sense of empathy between people, philosophical reflections on our thoughts and acts; a point of view and a way of life he develops in this compilation.” Available from the label on a CD or a digital download from Bandcamp.

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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: Mar 05, 2012

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