[Kahvi Collective Audio Sculptors - fa8 V3] #265: Ambientium / Fractal Philosophy - Kahvi Collective Electronic Vibes
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#265: Ambientium / Fractal Philosophy
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Epic is the word that springs to mind when you listen to this masterpiece from ambientium.

hailing from the czech republic, ambientium is a talented duo who asked if kahvi would like to put out their latest album, fractal philosophy.

so, here is the end result in all its high quality, enjoyable finality. ambient beginnings with hadron era lead you into pleasing swirling textures and beat driven (solar fields styled) tracks which wouldn't be out of place in the ultimae catalogue.

tracks to watch out for are another world (part 1 and 2) and europa. welcome to kahvi, ambientium and lets see another release from you in the future!
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Bobe-On wrote on 12/07/09, 7:10 am
Often too droney for me, or something, and/or tending toward a particular "harmonic or chordal structure" a little outside my realm...
I imagine different fractal philosophies. ;)
Despite that, though, good sound, texture, and compositional complexity.
&񕭱 wrote on 11/03/09, 4:56 pm
thx !!!!!!!!!!!
Kerl54 wrote on 09/03/09, 10:23 pm
jefco wrote on 26/02/09, 9:20 pm
this is great. Lush and calming, not obtrusive, but with enough jagged edges to add character. Thank you.
nightmorph wrote on 26/02/09, 8:07 am
Wow. Just . . . wow. Astounding. Visionary. Breathtaking.

Looks like Ambientium is going for Album of the Year for Fractal Philosophy, and it's only February! Cheeky, that's what it is. ;)

Basically, superlatives fail. Even a five-star rating doesn't do this album justice. Just download it and listen, already!
hosaka wrote on 25/02/09, 11:06 pm
Really lush ambience :) Sweet music to soothe.
Dewed wrote on 19/02/09, 6:54 pm
This is a real good album! I've caught it a few places now. Nice to see it made it to Kahvi : )
Jimpster wrote on 19/02/09, 4:14 pm
WOW! Mindblowing
Weldroid wrote on 19/02/09, 1:55 pm
Great one! Works wonders if you give it time.
abyssal plains wrote on 17/02/09, 12:26 pm
Very nice release. Hadron Era is stunning.
rubicante wrote on 16/02/09, 7:54 pm
Ambient/IDM releases are generally tricky things. They can range from headache inducing noise-nonsense that plagues many netlabels, to the literal redefinition of what music can sound like. I wont go so far as to say that this is the latter, but I am pleased to say that this proves that there are still fresh IDM releases that can be total listening experiences.

Everything starts out interestingly enough, with FSOL'esque subtle and foreboding noises and crashes (obviously in relation to a particle collider) that slowly shifts into more brilliant and beautiful soundscapes that touch upon something much lighter and illuminating. From the funk inspired infinitum, to the truly mellow and masterful "another world part 2", you suddenly find yourself not listening to just a another release, but taking a musical journey. Truly a masterpiece that will be favorited by many. I only hope we get to see our Czech friend again in the future!!

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21:09 19.04.23
jimantha wrote:
Really cool music! I am loving "The Human Condition" from Crossroads
10:44 12.04.23
4T wrote:
micksam7 has returned!
15:24 7.04.23
micksam7 wrote:
Mirror links should be back online -- I know it's been a few years, hope you all are doing ok!
20:12 13.02.23
ZiP wrote:
I love Kahvi & all the artists. That is all.
05:16 31.12.22
Bobe-On wrote:
Thanks for the clarifications, 4T.
02:36 28.12.22
4T wrote:
Rephazer is a different artist to Polaski
08:29 26.12.22
4T wrote:
No. Finland.
22:10 25.12.22
Bobe-On wrote:
"4T wrote: We have snow in Finland still in May" ~ 4T ...Didn't you take over Kahvi but were based in the UK?
22:07 25.12.22
Bobe-On wrote:
Hey Polaski, so you didn't rebrand yourself to Rephazer?
21:59 25.12.22
Bobe-On wrote:
I just popped in for a few seconds to see the snowflakes and the insanely-cute little Chrismas tree. Don't change, Kahvi, you're just perfect the way you are.

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