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Discover Why This New Album From Forest Robots Offers Absolute Relaxation!

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People believe they can achieve absolute relaxation through silence, nevertheless, the beauty of music produces the same effects, as will spending time outdoors. For instance, the ‘Timberline And Mountain Crest’ album from Forest Robots features a total of 10 tracks well-designed that connect your inner self with serene soundscapes. Just like his previous material, ‘Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. One’, the Electronic Music Producer, found inspiration in nature. To sum up, his last offering was born after a long hiking adventure in the mountains, and as the night came, the artist let himself be carried by his perception of the surroundings, where imagination played an important role over a period of 8 months. Perhaps, what makes this record different is the Synthwave feel to it while remaining his cinematic signature sound. On a daily basis,  we’re dealing with stress, but Forest Robots’ melodies always work in the most difficult times. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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1 — Sudden Bioluminescence A unique sonic journey begins plenty of bright futuristic synths. Spacey instrumentals were masterfully executed till the end.

2 — Where The Wild Summer Storms Run At certain times, you will notice the second track is highly funky. It’s full of adrenaline over Chill Electronica, and of course, rhythmically complex.

3 — Through The Trees And Into Wide Open Landscapes The first single comes accompanied by some hypnotic visuals that make justice to the song. Eloquently melodic in essence, with some 8-bit video game sounds. It’s simply authentic.

4 — Between The Orange And Purple Horizon Still he continues to experiment on a new territory with the Synthwave/Chiptune style. While a dark atmosphere simultaneously gains prominence.

5 — Treading Where Others Have Perished I bet you feel the same way, this tune is too short. Despite this, I would describe it in just two words: eerie and spacey.

6 — As The Sun Rises Between Timberline And Mountain Crest Soothing calming piano chords + electronic music in the middle, makes it the best song off the album. It also allows you to close your eyes while your mind wanders so easily.

7 — On A Desolate Shore Under A Full Moon Surely, he knows how to magically build some tension in the ambiance but the cheery chimes and the use of retro sound effects give it a harmonious touch.

8 — Farewell Sudden Summer Storm Clouds At this point, I just realized there are a lot of similarities between Vangelis’ ambient music and Forest Robots. I’m talking about the Greek artist who produced the popular Blade Runner soundtrack back in the 80s.

9 — When Forest Leaves Begin To Change  Beautiful in all its glory, nice futuristic beats, and good flow. Chill out as you imagine leaves changing its colors.

10 — It’s Quietest At The Edge Of The Crestline Predictably, Forest Robots opted for a cinematic ending, which is literally the quietest in comparison with the rest. Different and original, trust me, it will induce you in a state of trance!

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A Relaxing Listening Experience With Sarah J’Vine’s New Song “Walking On Stars”

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A Relaxing Listening Experience With Sarah J'Vine's New Song, "Walking On Stars"
Before everything else, let the music work its magic as Sarah J’Vine delivers a one-of-a-kind listening experience. Her flair for trying out with soothing and relaxing beats led her to create “Walking On Stars”. This new song serves as an early teaser from the singer’s forthcoming album titled, ‘Embracing Eternity Within’. At first listening, Sarah’s angelic vocals are out of this world!

Probably, she connects with her higher self in order to deliver spiritual-like compositions like “Walking On Stars”. In fact, the Australia-based artist is also gifted with psychic abilities, which make her a sensitive woman. Therefore, her musical project has a sense of solidarity because she’s able to heal listeners through vibrating melodies. Without further ado, this is your time to chill. So, hit the play button and feel the energy flow immediately.

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11 Must-Listen Electronica Tracks From Forest Robots’ Long-Awaited Third Album

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returns with his third studio album, ‘Times When I Know You’ll Watch The Sky’. As a conceptual piece, this fresh record is an ode to autumn. In fact, it is correlated with his previous works which were inspired by spring and summer. Overall, the motivation behind this music project are elements of nature and its own interpretation. While it is true there are no lyrics nor vocals to analyze, instrumentals can be powerfully emotive too. The magic of synths gives this album a dreamy, delicate, chilled and even futuristic tone. Not for nothing, all these 11 must-listen Electronica tracks can actually induce you to meditative states.

Under the premise, innovate or die, the American artist has chosen the right path. That being said, he has dropped a short film in order to provide a new dimension to the album’s listening experience. What’s more, his cinematic sonic arrangements captivate the senses as usual. In my opinion, the third album strengthens his credibility amongst other Producers who can’t think outside the box as Forrest Robots does. Watch the full clip via YouTube below.

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Warning: ANASIA Creates Something That “Sounds Like FEAR” For Halloween

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Ambient tracks can also be scary. With this in mind, award-winning composer ANASIA delivers spooky atmospherics on her latest work, “Sounds Like FEAR”. As a matter of fact, her new instrumental piece is based on the music she wrote back in 2007 for the Horror short, ‘Sulphur for Leviathan’, directed by James Quinn. Best of all, she’s planning to drop the ‘BLURRED’ album in December, with the purpose of reimagining the film score. Of course, “Sounds Like FEAR” comes at the right time for Halloween!

Interestingly, ANASIA takes a new experimental approach to this version and emulates the surreal concept of the movie. Furthermore, its quiet nature is what truly provides a touch of suspense to the whole arrangement. Likewise, she proves there’s no need to use noisy effects when subtle sounds are even much more terrifying. Without further ado, this innovative artist invites listeners to explore the dark side of a slowly-evolving melody, which evokes feelings of intrigue and mystery. Enjoy it.

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Australian Producer Throttle Releases Dreamy, Groovy Single “Japan” On Monstercat

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explores the theme of home with plenty of groove in his new single “Japan”, out now on Monstercat. In his true thoughtful fashion, the Aussie producer blends euphonious vocals with delicate melodies, a soft drop and inspiring lyrics to make a track that will both touch your heart and get your feet moving. We have all felt lost and alone in the world at some point in our lives, longing for a familiar place to call home – maybe your childhood house or favorite vacation spot, or loved one’s arms – “Japan” truly expresses this in a sonic capacity with its wistful and yet hopeful notes. “Japan” follows Throttle’s recent single “Dreamer,” which marked his return to Monstercat after six long years, putting him firmly back on the map in a “home” with one of electronic music’s most forward-thinking imprints.

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Imagine collaborating with the likes of Galantis and Oliver Heldens, officially remixing Ed Sheeran and performing at Tomorrowland all before your 21st birthday; while a dream for most, this was the reality for Throttle. After cultivating a unique blend of organic and electronic sounds featured in his popular singles “Hit the Road Jack” (which was used in the official trailer for Ocean’s 8) and “Tell Me You Love Me,” Throttle’s music has found homes on notable labels including PRMD, Spinnin’ Records, Warner Music, and Universal. He has put his signature touch on remixes for Avicii, Armin Van Buuren, Earth Wind & Fire, Ed Sheeran, Snakehips and more and has production credits for Sabrina Claudio, David Guetta & Martin Garrix. Throttle has gained a loyal following, with 200 million streams each month on Spotify and fans that show up for his sets around the globe, including Tomorrowland, Sziget, EDC Las Vegas and more. “Dreamer” and “Japan” are the beginning of a new era for Throttle, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next!

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Transport Your Mind To Another Place With Alex Haas & Bill Laswell’s New Album

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Alex Haas and Bill Laswell are immersed in music since the late 70s. Both Producers’ creativity led them to work with big names in the industry like David Bowie, PIL, The Ramones, Prince, Brian Eno, and many more. Without a doubt, throughout their careers, they have experimented with various rhythms. Naturally, that’s what art is about, to evolve and transform so you don’t bore your audience. Recently, I’m totally enjoying their latest album ‘Smoke + Glass’ because they bet on Trip Hop, which will give you some Massive Attack vibes. Nevertheless, they explore jazzy and ambient elements too.

Their new full body of work will relax you from start to finish. Here we have a record that is over 40 minutes of chilled-out Electronica. Inspired in urban atmospheres, all these instrumental tracks can transport your mind to another place. Not to mention, it was recorded in different destinations such as Paris, NYC, Morocco and even South East Asia. That being said, its sonic variety is the key to the taste. To sum up, they have created a feel-good sound of their own.

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