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Time Slice
Traditional Electronic, Spacesynth, Space Ambient
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Artist: Exalot
Album: Time Slice
Label: USC
Catalog number: USC-WR-1410.0230
Release Year: 2004 / 2014

Time has no beginning and no end, but we can take a segment even from infinity. To take a slice of time and to put it on a table of the expert, who can explain the meaning of what is happening there. The past is so murky that it often becomes an object of thorough study: if not it, then what else has a direct link with where, or better say, how we do exist. At the same time, the future is being built before our eyes and by our hands, although at times it is unpredictable - only if in the nearest perspective... Nevertheless, we would prefer far future this time. Let's imagine the vast expanses of space, amazing beauty of nebulae clouds and galaxies. Majestic huge spaceships and small yachts of all sorts of shapes. The richness of life, worldview and understanding of the Universe. Contemplating this all with a human sight, it is impossible to imagine the proportionality of human mind on the planet Earth and cosmic endlessness.

01.Saturn 80 (5:41)
02.LasTen (12:45)
03.Dioptrics (6:36)
04.In Clouds (11:08)
05.Electrosynth (5:48)
06.Space Odyssey (9:38)
07.Bifas (5:10)
08.Mine Silence (9:04)
09.Boy's Name is Max (3:54)
10.Time Slice (4:46)

Composed by Exalot.
Synthesizers, programmed, written and arranged by Mikhail Exalot.
CGI by Mikhail Exalot.
Artwork by Anna Riet.

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Posted by USC on 04 November 2014
Tags: electroclash, synthwave, vintage, traditional electronic, spacesynth, space, retro-futuristic, berlin school