Abstract realities from John Ov3rblast and Spaceal Orbeats brings us closer to unknown areas, where the artist will introduce us into his own personal atmospheric escapism.
John’s compositions even after a decade of releasing still sounds otherworldly, a soundtrack from a sublime area in a faraway star system.
His kaleidoscopic etherial orchestrations blend with micro spaces of deep tech, create a sci-fi cinematic template for deep esoteric meditations and after hours explorations.
Arion main track split into three movements, a delirium of melodic layers, wide spacey pads, triggers the audience to multilayers of motions and emotional vibes, an endless apocalyptic mindblowing soundscape, with his personal signature, an evolved energetic pulse of light and stardust.
His personal statement the sound is the language of the universe once again puts hidden enigmas for the listeners the dancers, without hesitation without keeping any distance from his distinction, till the last beat he keeps our interest, the stories expand, orbiting around, moving in and out, in full motion, the layers of polyrhythmic sequences, floating percussions, hats on reverb, the sound from a long distance.
The sound is the architect of our abstract reality
released February 15, 2019
Aggressive electro-pop, The Angry Kids Sound, the project from Barcelona, kicks in, as our first release for 2019.
Emotional poetry, wrapped in plastic, through nervous atmospheres, punked elements and most of all alive breathing electronic manifestation.
Behind the sound, the angry machine of the Angry Kids is the multitalented artist Yuri Bellini.
His trademark sound signature, reveals a passionate, fearless composer without limitations. Sounds like Depeche Mode, New Order on steroids.
The Angy Kids Sounds our debut release for the new year comes with a rush!
Pump up the volume and get into the zone.
Shining Dust and his Atomic Ant single, paired with the remix John Ov3rblast present our brand new release, from the emotional pop electronica to the dystopian acid techno, a journey into the sound.
In all major digital stores.
Stay in orbit, music is our only destination.
Next journey comes from DRGBL5 the gifted artist from Moscow.
The enigmatic gem from the depth of his mind is called R 2.8 EP, dives into the dub minimal techno zone with a twist of an atmospheric organic soundtrack.
His personal signature sound draws sci-fi scenarios, while he keeps a danceable approach for the listener.
Acid notes blistering into the time through his ”RO _2” track proves his fearless sound techniques, a pure blast for the speakers.
RO_5 outro track with broken beat and micro vocals and laser bins extract a deeper more esoteric look into the deep tech,
A fantastic EP that proves DRBL5 has a potential and the powerful force to build a new sound a level of escapism a new language that will translate the vides of the electronic community.
Connect with his frequencies and let your self-go, a journey round planet sound.
Soundcloud Artist _https://soundcloud.com/drgbl5
DRGBL5 – DJ and producer from Moscow. Works in different genres, but the basis of its sound determined by techno. A rich collection of music on physical and digital media, collaborations with other artists – all this characterizes him as a worthy adherent of music and master of his craft.
DRGBL5 – Nebula EP [CFM087]
DRGBL5 – R2.8 [SPR 011]
DRGBL5 & G Forza – Coma [SUPDUB080]
DRGBL5 – Underwater [HSL28 ]
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John Ov3rblast – Lost Heavens Double LP
Official date release 15 June 2018 from Spaceal Orbeats.
Review from Aivazovsky Waves
It’s hard to grasp the actual amount of music that the Greece-born, England-based Spaceal Orbeats founder who goes by the name John Ov3rblast has produced since his first release saw the light of day in 2010. Scattered over a myriad of sites on the web as well as physical formats, his tracks come close to a thousand in total—and even they don’t add up to his entire body of work, as his podcast appearances often consist of completely fresh material, improvised on-fly and provided for free download. Naturally, his sound direction has changed dramatically over the years, but even his first EP bears similarities to his most recent works which effectively proves that he remains true to his roots as a producer.
And as if frequent output of EPs wasn’t enough to enrich his discography, he went ahead and presented the world with his biggest release up to date—a magnum opus that carries over the number of his LPs to double digits. Few minutes shy of three hours, Lost Heavens is presented as a double LP counting 21 tracks that encompass an extensive range of styles, tempos and applications, lovingly united in one place with purpose of creating a lucid, lasting narrative.
It starts with Aether’s ancestral memory stimulating, resonant ethnic vocals that greet the listeners in a solemn manner and an evident intent to inform that they are in for a dramatic, emotional experience. This statement is strongly supported by Beyond Words, Another World, Hydri, Fire It Up, and to some degree—Raw Materials together with titular composition Lost Heavens, whose deeply pounding percussion is matched appropriately with their basslines’ heavy lean on melancholy.
Barring that, good examples of alternative sounding are Advanced Escapism, Nebula, Orion, Reconstructions, Revolter, Zone 2 as well as Motion Device, all of which feature tones that are either less gloomy or presented fully in major key and offer more of the driving, instigating rhythms that will unquestionably do well on the floor.
Not to dismiss a fair chunk of downtempo, drone and ambient-pertinent trips apart from the intro—Elegy, Eternity, Onslow, The Silent Breathers and also beauty-of-a-piece The Girl With The Sun In Her Head—crestfallen and enchanting at the same time—are all passing on prominent kicks and could arguably be released as a standalone EP, but all appearing here as interludes, as to get the listeners’ ears some time for respites in between the intense techno and tech-house workouts.
Opting to finish the narrative and round up the album with a synthwave-leaning, arpeggiated closers, John chose a cinematic interlude Bless, which could as well be used to score metropolis-overlooking scenes in Blade Runner, and Celestial Copy, whose initially minimalist kicks come to widely reverberated fruition, serving a big-room clique more of the spatial beats for desert.
With such a buffet of treats to choose from, it’s practically guaranteed that no fan of Ov3rblast’s or Spaceal Orbeats’ will end up unfulfilled after he reaches the end of this lasting musical journey, and if there is a dub techno rookie out there who’s yet to acquaint himself with Ov3rblast’s productions, Lost Heavens inarguably makes a great release to start with.