Monday, August 20

Synth Sense - Tomorrow's World




Synth Sense's ground-breaking LP 'Tomorrow's World' is out today on Auxiliary.

Order it direct from us, here: http://t.co/Npu6YV11
It's exclusive to our official store for this week, plus, as usual, you get the MP3's for free when you buy the CD, which saves you ripping them yourself if you do that, plus you get to listen instantly while the lovely physical product is in transit to you!

If you haven't heard the Soundcloud promo mix yet, then have a listen:
 
There's two features for you to have a look at also.  Here's the links:
Organic Feature: http://organicbeats.co.uk/features/interview/synth-sense-and-sensibility
Kmag Feature: http://www.kmag.co.uk/editorial/news/synth-sense%E2%80%99s-tomorrow%E2%80%99s-world.html

Synth Sense fans be on the look out for Method One's Halftone EP out on vinyl/digital on September 3rd, which features a collaboration between both artists also. 

..and in case you missed the post below, out later is the limited edition vinyl remixes of the LP by Synkro, Sam KDC, Indigo & myself.

7 comments:

lewis weaver said...

Great Release, fits neatly into the existing frame work of Auxiliary ... got may copy yesterday from SURUS .... Good Work Mr ASC, good work Synth Sense ..... Thanks for offering a wonderfully creative alternative ... Keeps me interested in the music .....

djemptyx said...

oozing with substance. i sincerely appreciate the freedoms explored by AUX contributors. this is not at all what i was expecting, and that made it all the more substantial. that is to say, i suspected it would be a special treat because SS seem to strive against tracing others' steps. TW absolutely sets the imagination ablaze. it plays like a film soundtrack. seems like a soundtrack to a movie they wish would exist. I would also love to see that film upon laying ears on this. it is defnitely dripping with cinematic influence but slave to nothing that i've heard. it can't be easy to pull off something like this in a cohesive manner but it definitely works here.

for a brief sonic moment in time i found myself becoming the forgotten ancestor (a spectator spirit), watching a pale blue dot rise above some foreign horizon many thousands of years beyond the present

Olly said...

Excellent release. I wonder if you could entice T-Power back to producing music for auxiliary?...quite a lot of the label's output, this LP especially, reminds me of his outstanding work from the mid Nineties like "the self evident truth...", "police state", even "waveform". All the visionary stuff, before he decided to move off into other less experimental beats.

ASC said...

Might be a bridge too far these days, but I'm definitely a big fan of his earlier output. The synth work on the two Police State EP's, especially on 'Prospects For Democracy' and 'Synthesis' were ahead of their times. This is something different though, as I feel the only thing it has in common with dnb is the tempo.

lewis weaver said...

Arguably some of the best music T-power released... i remember hearing it curtesy of good friend who conciously sort out alternatives to the main stream and having the realisation that the potential held in electronic music generally was ad infintium ...

Olly said...

Don't get me wrong, it's definitely original music and not a case of re-invention, but I think there feels like a common idea/inspiration, being expressed in other ways. When "Self-evident..." came out, it didn't feel like D&B either, at least not the template of the sound...it was both familiar and different. Perhaps that's the overlap. Either way, it's all just great electronica!

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