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Performer: Astarium
Genre: Electronic
Album: In The Nebulous Sky
Released: 2016
Style: Dark Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1273 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1859 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1422 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 869
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Tracklist Hide Credits

I I 5:51
II II 7:09
III III 4:50
IV IV 7:27
V V 6:34
VI VI 5:53
VII VII
Songwriter [Created By] – Varg Vikernes
7:54

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – SH Studio
  • Manufactured By – Markon

Credits

  • Artwork, Layout, Design – Matvey*
  • Music By [Created By] – SiN (tracks: I to VI)
  • Musician [Astarium] – SiN

Notes

CDr in 3-folders digipack.
Limited to 51 hand-numbered copies.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CF059 Astarium In The Nebulous Sky ‎(Cass, Album, C90) Craneal Fracture Records CF059 Spain 2016
Falya
Original: Vital Weekly ( http://www.vitalweekly.net/1021.html )On CDR we find Astarium, which the label tags as 'strange music dark ambient jazz and improvised music new age post-rock space' on their bandcamp. The music was recorded by one SiN, except for one piece, which is a cover of Varg Vikernes. Strange music might not be the right word, as there is nothing strange about this heavily synth based music (although I realize the concept of 'strangeness' lies very much in the perception the receiver; if you only hear country & western your entire life, the kind of music in Vital Weekly might all be strange). SiN strikes me as a guy with a bunch of synthesizers, on which he plays some long form chords, cemented by a fine amount of reverb. All of this by hitting the keys in the lower region of the keyboard. There is this church organ feeling one gets from this rather sombre music. Where ever is Astarium's hometown, it is no doubt quite a grim place. One could argue there is very little difference in these pieces, but I believe this to be the idea behind this; tracks are numbered 'I', 'II' etc. so maybe that's the whole idea? I don't know, but the sky is grey, so a suitable soundtrack is most welcome.