Between Interval – Secret observatory


Released: 2016 By MVD Music & Video Distrib

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  1. Garden of the Divine
  2. Surreptitious Ritual
  3. Forested Veins
  4. EntropyMP3 soundclip of Entropy [2:25]

4 long-form mixes of timeless dimensionless atmospheres. Like

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Weight 105 g



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3 reviews for Between Interval – Secret observatory

  1. Richard Grtler / Bratislava, Slovakia

    I always wanted to put down few lines on this breathtaking beauty by Swedish Between Interval project of the sole creator, Stefan Strand. Recorded and released in 2005 on Spotted Peccary label, under his previous family name of Stefan Jnsson and at the age of 23 only!!! The flow of this enormously absorbing odyssey begins with Garden Of The Divine”

  2. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

    This release from 2005 features 56 minutes of serene ambience.

    A synthetic surf washes over an expansive drone, clearing the way for launch. Harmonic textures collide, intermingle, and separate, propagating fresh tonalities that flood outward to fill the sky. These ambient tones surround the listener, generating a sonic taste of realms far overhead and beyond conventional perception. The music is a lens, but the views revealed are not just of a vast interplanetary district. They afford glimpses of inner frontiers too.Languid electronic textures drift with regal disposition, cascading against the edges of the mind, like tantalizing honey touching the tip of the tongue. Just a tactile hint inspires a desire for more. These atmospheric tones possess subtle bridges that lead to alternative passages of radiant tranquillity. Transitions from one to the next seem ghostly, barely perceptible, as the rarefied resonance persists in probing new territory.
    Harmonic flows dominate these compositions. There are no pinnacles or moments of blinding insight. Everything is boundless, coaxing the minds of the audience to adopt this infinite mien.

    An environment of limitless potential is created from this heavenly sway of sparse tonalities.

    2006. Matt Howarth / Sonic Curiosity

  3. Edgar Kogler

    In the most perfect cosmic vein, this work will delight the lovers of this kind of music. The four long electronic pieces that integrate this CD are each one a journey towards the unknown. All of them possess a decidedly mysterious, enigmatic character, like soundtracks for interstellar voyages.
    If you pays an adequate attention, don’t wonder if you feel the entire starry universe open up before your eyes.

    2005. Edgar Kogler

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