A numbing, sometimes bone chilling journey through deep star-filled galaxies in search of exoplanets. It's a very desolate journey many light-years from our earth and depicts both curiousity and mystery.
In the end, the journey is very calming, and a perfect background for meditation or emotional inventory.
Favorite track: Shot 2.
This is a very beautiful nature-related and calm piece of ambient music. And the cover: I just had to get this and I did! Amazing piece of art by itself. Similarities: music reminds me Robert Rich's Sleep Concerts / album versions and the art reminds me the abstract art by Mary Clanahan. echoee
A darker album -- in a natural, wet grounded sense -- than the truly transcendent Temporal Paradox, whose Tangerine Dream channeled perfection actually takes it up a notch (who thought that was possible??), these tracks allow you to sink so deeply into your bones that you could happily sit immobile among the rainfall sounds in a cave like Don Juan disappearing into the desert. As Temporal Paradox reaches up into the heavens, Autumn Tapes drops down into the earth. Enjoy. tr000
120-minute "The Future Of Man" 2CD is without any doubt a superb release, both aurally and visually, and a must-have for all purveyors of profoundly complex, deliberately executed, massively immersing, subterrestrially nebulous, yet eargasmically chromatic dronecarving. It's quite evident, Duff Egan is a highly crafted and prolific soundsculptor, who is quickly becoming an US dronescaping powerhouse. Richard Gürtler