Full length 12" Record on black vinyl, full color cover on matte stock.
Includes immediate download of 12-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Immediate download of 12-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
Cut to vinyl by Lupo at Dubplates + Mastering, Berlin.
"[PHYSICS] continue a long line of essential electronic works from Digitalis. It is Ultimate L, the last track on their album that concerns us here. A symphony of falling galactic dust clouds. Their vast shapes dancing around nebulas in infinitely slow motion. The light of a billion stars picking out endless new, twinkling forms. A soundtrack to the heavens in all its angelic glory. Faint voices of Earth travelling through it on abandoned radio waves. It is music that is at its best when the world is still and the sky is clear and all earthly conditions are controlled for."
"Los Angelino android [PHYSICS] logs into the vaporwave cloud with this engrossing debut album of synthesised electronic emotions and holomorphic narrative. Paralleling the piloerect melodic triggers of Oneohtrix Point Never and the trans-dimensional fidelities of Hype Williams or James Ferraro, 'Spectramorphic Iridescence' is a like viscous psycho-sonic balm for those pleasure centres that respond most acutely to futurist nostalgia, a silicone VR vaporub of frothy arpeggiation and digital enzymes totally recalling alien memory implants from our DNA altered by decades of viral binary cultures conceived in the Hollywood labs and hi-tech valleys only miles from the artist's base. Oscillating between neon darkness and smudged ultra-violet light spectrum the journey swerves from Vangelis-lite Blade Runner themes in 'Anodyne Dream' to the neuromantic geometrics of 'Isosceles Trapezoid' and the Citrac-esque cyber gunk flow of 'The Keep', before ascending to the quick bliss highlights of 'Cardinal Perplexogram' and the melting moire glisten of 'The Grid Vanishes', to conclude with a melodically and emotionally ambiguous, flickering AI glance in 'Ultimate L', leaving the neural gateways open for a sequel, or possible prequel."
"After playing this a few times it got me wondering who’s behind the music. It’s either an artist that’s quietly been chipping away for a very long time but never been given a break by a label or an established producer working under an alias. I suspect the latter as Spectramorphic Iridescence is a highly accomplished piece of work..."
released 11 April 2013
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