Geosynchron

by Access To Arasaka

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James Powell
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James Powell Goosebumps from Talitha every single time. It's incredible. Favorite track: Talitha.
Dotflac
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Dotflac Conclusion of a trilogy, Geosynchron had to highlight the lot.

The accessible complexity and precise plastic surgery by Access To Arasaka move up a new notch, whose glitches and ubiquitous rhythmic parts never fully overcomes the vaporous ambient pads and lacrymal melodies balancing the experience.

In the end, it seems like Geosynchron tells the last inner battle we lead in our own mind of the size of the universe, without knowing the true way out ; but it won't prevent us from fighting. Favorite track: Talitha.
419echo
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419echo AtA is just one more example of an absolutely stunning electronic artist I've found here on bandcamp. This is the perfect album to lose yourself in, and just focus on the expertly crafted sonic landscape. It begs to be listened to away from city lights, looking into the night sky. This...is gorgeous. Favorite track: Ixion.
wildfirelink
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wildfirelink Access To Arasaka continues to create stunningly otherworldly and epic sci-fi soundscapes that demand a good pair of earphones and concentration to take its atmosphere in. Geosynchron picks up what was present on previous releases and reaches into a noticeably darker direction of isolation. Favorite track: Ixion.
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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    4-panel digipak compact disc. Digital package includes official video for the song "Lysithea".

    Includes unlimited streaming of Geosynchron via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Digital package includes the official video for the Access To Arasaka song "Lysithea".

      $10 USD

     

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about

In the final chapter of his quasi-trilogy, Access To Arasaka’s ‘Geosynchron’ offers a full conclusion to what began earlier this year with the ‘Orbitus’ and ‘Aleph’ EPs. With these works referencing themes of oppression and the struggle to traverse inequitable boundaries, ‘Geosynchron’ expands the narrative to the subsequent failure of opposition and inevitable retaliation. A witnessing of the destruction of a system as viewed from the system itself, as it scrambles desperately to rectify a million problems at once while processes fail one after the other.

If ‘Orbitus’ is the question, and ‘Aleph’ the desired answer, then ‘Geosynchron’ is the inevitable and unwanted outcome.

Access To Arasaka and Tympanik Audio invite you to experience the sharp and expansive soundscapes of ‘Geosynchron’. Available on compact disc and digital formats December 13th, 2011.

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released December 13, 2011

All tracks written, produced, and mastered by Access To Arasaka.
Track 8 : Lyrics and Vocals by Jamie Blacker.
Graphic Design by Shift. - futurorg.com.

Released by Tympanik Audio - www.tympanikaudio.com

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Tympanik Audio Chicago, Illinois

Tympanik Audio is a Chicago-based electronic music label established in 2007.

Totakeke, Displacer, Ad·ver·sary, Stendeck, ESA, Comaduster, Integral, Geomatic, Flint Glass, Haujobb, Erode, Disharmony, Zinovia, C.H.District, Subheim, Atiq & EnK, Zentriert ins Antlitz, SE, Black Lung, Access To Arasaka, Ex_tension, Tapage, Dirk Geiger, Tineidae, r.roo, Undermathic, Tangent, Autoclav1.1, and more,,, ... more

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