Andrew Forrest | Starseed

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Starseed

by Andrew Forrest

Two 30-minute deep space instrumental tracks that guide the listener on a cosmic, sublime and blissful inner sound journey. This is Volume 2 (Sirius) in Andrew's ‘Star System Trilogy’. Volume 2 (Sirius) in Andrew's ‘Star System Trilogy’
Genre: New Age: Space
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1. Interstellar Harmonics
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Volume 2 (Sirius) in the ‘Star System Trilogy’

Simply a classic ~ Andrew’s perennially best-selling album, Starseed is a huge celestial soundscape symphony. Cosmic meditation and DNA activation. Slowly evolving passages, melodic themes, and blissful arpeggio sequences guide the listener to deep inner-space communion.
"Years ago I was given a copy of this artist’s debut CD “Starseed”, and it remains a personal favourite. In the realm of the best works of Serrie, Parsons, Stearns and other visionary artists, this is timeless music of the highest quality. “Starseed” is a classic, best selling album."
Lloyd Barde, USA music distributor

MY CHOICE: ANDREW FORREST ~ STARSEED
E-dition EM Magazine

Reviews by Music Critic Bert Strolenberg, Holland

Rating: 4 stars

The music on Starseed is split in two long tracks, each of 30 minutes. “Interstellar Harmonics” is a delightful but grand space symphony offering lush floating and most of all heavenly sounding textures, which are both timeless and beautiful. Halfway starts a sequence accompanied by grand soundscapes. Sometimes the music is a bit reminiscent of Constance Demby, due to the use of heavenly choirs. The first ten minutes of the second track are excellent as well, but then this engaging atmosphere is replaced by some rather searching stuff, before all returns to the music of the beginning at the 18 minute mark. Starseed is a magnificent and excellently produced work of art. I strongly recommend it to all fans of space music.



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Bert Strolenberg/SonicImmersion.org

Essential Cosmic music
Andrew Forrest is a visual artist and musician from Cornwall, UK who lives in New Zealand since 1998.

"Starseed" is the soundtrack to the esoteric film "Merkabah, Voyage of a Starseed", and the second part of the Star-System trilogy, a concept-project which was started in 1992.
The music on "Starseed", dedicated to whales and dolphins (masters of the 3D experience), is split in 2 long tracks of 30 minutes each.
"Interstellar Harmonics" is a delightful but grand space symphony offering lush, floating and most of all heavenly sounding textures which are both timeless as beautiful. Halfway through the song a sequence starts, again accompanied by grand soundscapes. Sometimes the music is a bit reminiscent of Constance Demby due to the use of heavenly choirs.
The first ten minutes of the second track are excellent as well, but then this engaging atmosphere is replaced by some rather searching stuff before all returns to the music of the beginning at the 18 minute mark.

Except this slight flaw, "Starseed" is a magnificent and excellent produced work of art I strongly recommend to all fans of spacemusic.

Chris Thomas

Master of sublime landscapes and spacescapes
I only discovered the music of Andrew Forrest a few months back via the Sonic Immersion electronic/ambient music review website. I'm already proud to say that I now own the complete collection of his musical output to date. If you like music in which to totally immerse oneself, then this is for you! Put on a good pair of headphones, switch off from the world,and relax. Let the serene soundscapes, ethereal and floating layers of exquisite pads, augmented from time to time with subtle sequencing, take you to other realms or wherever you may wish to journey. Sometimes abstract, sometimes grand and cinematic, sometimes heavenly or celestial, and sometimes simply quite beautiful and uplifting. The music is well crafted, excellently produced, mixed and mastered. I'm certainly looking forward to future releases from this talented artist.
Chris Thomas (Mirrored Meridian)
Februaury 2014

Philipp

Must have album
Best Space Ambient that i heard. 100% hit in my heart!