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Performer: Don Peyote
Genre: Electronic
Album: Eternal Now
Released: 2009
Style: Ambient
MP3 version ZIP size: 1240 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1974 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1177 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 371
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Vertical Drift 19:51
2 Tuning In (Bells&Gongs) 3:36
3 Temple Of Dreams 7:02
4 Etheric Soma 7:47
5 Mirage 4:04
6 The Guardian
Overtone Voice [Overtone Singing] – Tenzing Tsewang
6:04
7 Here And Now 6:47

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution
  • Mastered At – Laundry Goat Studios
  • Manufactured By – WWW.REPLICAT.COM.AU

Credits

  • Artwork – Jet More
  • Mastered By – Simon Polinski
  • Written-By, Mixed By, Producer – Don Peyote

Notes

Written, mixed and produced @the Sonic den.
Mastered @ Laundry Goat Studio.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 399613 241032
  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.REPLICAT.COM.AU - R3028
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LW30

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Ambientish drones from inner mind of ancient indian monk. 100%

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Style Drifting, floatational ambience with a consistently exotic air. The seven tracks here were initially recorded as one long piece, the continuous flow later being marked off into distinct sections. As a result the overall impression is one of almost imperceptible shifts morphing a single thread into varying forms. Soft beds of tone and delicate drone hazes form inviting atmospheres wherein the rich, sonorous chimes of beautiful brass and crystal singing bowls echo and ring. Many of the metallics appear to have been struck with soft beaters, their padded knells muted and mellow. Deep vocalisations join the mix in places, the layered reverberations of overtone throat singing by Tenzing Tsewang smoothly rising and falling into an almost steady sonic state. Subtle effects ebb and flow on the edges of perception, bringing further variety to the music. Apparently Eternal now was composed and recorded in just 3 weeks - which says Don "is a record time for me !!" Mood The mood is meditative and eminently peaceful, the gentle warmth of the music lifting the listener into mental weightlessness. The various bells and gongs create a transportational effect, their lush sounds suggestive of far off places and tranquil settings. The thematic emphasis on air is apparent throughout as the music wafts, drifts and hangs in gossamer strands - very light, balmy, ethereal. Artwork Eternal Now comes in an eco-friendly card sleeve that opens gatefold fashion into two panels. On the front is a bright mandala-like disc as if made entirely from mercury rising from the glassy surface of some perfectly still body of liquid. Central to the circular form is a vivid blue iris with black pupil. Heavy sunset clouds in soft focus colour the graduated blue sky behind in hues of orange and dark grey. The rear cover holds a simple tracklist and relevant logos. Within there is a cloudscape to the left with brief recording details, credits, thanks and contact information. To the right a poetic description of the project from DJ Krusty. Overall Eternal Now is the latest solo project from Don Peyote and is released via his own Don Peyote Recordings. The album comes as the follow-up to the 2007 CD Peyote Dreaming, yet the ambient approach of Eternal Now picks up a thread left from earlier works Between Worlds and Dreamcatcher. Whereas the previous recordings dealt with the elements of earth and water respectively, this latest offering focuses on the nature of air. Don tells us that "the bells and gongs were recorded 10 years ago, playing around randomly with a friend's collection of brass and crystal singing bowls. I wanted a warm and deep sound for this recording so the digital gizmos were avoided in favor of multi-layered analog synths." Who Will Like This Album This is an album that will appeal to chillout fans looking for something utterly restful and beatless. The reflective calm of this music is incredibly immersive and absorbing.