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Gulan – Cassiopeia. Ambient & Space music

Posted by gulan on February 9, 2008



Gulan’s super-cool voyage through spatial and galactic soundscapes is quite extraordinary 
Beautiful spherical and cosmic sounds full of enigmatic music constructions give to a listener a chance to touch the mystery and infinity of the Universe. This album consists of songs both with dynamic sounding and with mellow ambient effects. These songs will send you to a distant and unforgettable space journey where you will relax, dissolve and sink into delight and pleasure…
But no worry – you will be surely back on Earth keeping warm memories and experience. Just put the music on, close your eyes… and happy journey!

“Cassiopeia” is an album filled with 71 minutes of very interesting electronic space music. It is nicely kicked-off by the title track, split in three parts. Some grand velvet textures merge with some twinkling sequencing while some light solo’s float on top. This rather active part is counter pointed by the free form soundscapes of the second part, which float on in gentle ways. Next comes the lofty excursions of two-fold “The Infinite” before we arrive at the excellent “Return Home”. This piece has a beautiful fairytale-kindred flavour with nice expanding textures. This highlight is followed by the same titled second chapter, another strong, drifting piece featuring melancholic undercurrents, entering heavenly spheres. “Delerium” is again a sequenced, more active track, after which the cd ends with a remix-version of the title-track.

“Cassiopeia” is rather stunning release, so ambient/space fans out there: make sure you don’t miss this one!

© Bert Strolenberg



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