Dreamstalker | Digital Illusions

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Digital Illusions

by Dreamstalker

Nikita Stalker, a Russian composer from St. Petersburg, enshrouds the listener in a primordial psybient atmosphere with his first full-length album "Digital Illusions".
Genre: Electronic: Electronica
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1. Dive Into Digital Illusion
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0:44 $1.29
2. Digital Illusion
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3. Data Stream
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6:53 $1.29
4. Pulse of the Past
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5:40 $1.29
5. Fractal Failure
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7:38 $1.29
6. Second Trip to Kair
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7. Morning Sun
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8. Extasy Journey
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9. Endless Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Throughout Digital Illusions, intelligent body beats yield to shifting synthscapes as commanding bass pulses ride beneath arpeggiated triads that twinkle on-and-off, in-and-out, like star's in the night sky and ultimately cascade back down to concentrated moments of sonic density where tonality speaks to a deeper intentionality.

Loaded with arcane symbolism, intricate aural tricks and dense layers of meaning, Digital Illusions manages to retain a harmonic warmth and rhythmic sensibility.

This album also leads the listener into more meditative and darker spaces as well - exploring the philosophical interplay between reality and artifice.

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