Shamik | Future Passed

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Future Passed

by Shamik

A concept album about time, space, life, and death. Produced by Grasp The Erro.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Future Passed
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2. Calendar
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3. Momentum
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4. Day One
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5. Rejuvenated
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6. Time Travel
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7. Full Circle
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8. Future's Passenger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This project was a concept that slowly came to be after Grasp and I worked on 6 collaborations last year. We developed a chemistry in the studio that enabled us to really let go via his production and my lyrics. As we motivated each other, we embarked on a lot challenges in our separate personal lives. The tunes 'In The Now' and 'You' from our prior releases touched a lot on not being able to rush progress, and overcoming the fear of death. I lost a very close friend to an early death last year amidst recording, touring, and what proved to be a hectic year. A few hours into January 1, 2012...I wrote the lyrics to 'Calendar' which challenged myself to begin a new path for myself. Over the next 6 months, I wrote about becoming one with time, going to my lowest point to surface again, and conquering all my mental demons. Grasp hammered out his beats, soundscapes, and visions...and we both got really excited on how this was all unfolding. I have been guilty of getting caught up in my own world without seeing how I can improve. I have thought of dreams and held back because I originally thought they were unattainable. Future Passed represents how I took a step out of trying to fit in and a step into fitting in with my own essence. I hope it resonates with you in some way, or you find inspirations to create something new for yourself. Thank you.


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