Tag: Afterlife

  • Magazine Sixty Music Review with Afterlife

    Magazine Sixty Music Review with Afterlife

    Greg Fenton reviews Afterlife – Timbuktu – Subatomic UK Timbuktu scrambles the impulsive aural intensity of the modern world twisting the signs into meaningful discourse by charging headfirst into the face of adversity. Propelled by an endless stream of tantalising electronic waveforms questions about meaning arise throughout the journey just like they do by watching…

  • Various Artists – Reflections 07 – Reflections

    Various Artists – Reflections 07 – Reflections

    If you’re are looking for direction but find it difficult to ask try the exquisite notes peppering To Where Dreams Are, created via the fall in love landscapes of surrounding sound by Nourey. The detail lies very much within the uplifting (in the genuine sense of the word) breath of vision as an expanse of…

  • Afterlife – Timeframes – Subatomic UK

    Afterlife – Timeframes – Subatomic UK

    The inescapable difference between the music produced by Afterlife and that of so many others in this field is simply depth of musical vision. Found in places and locations where you can truly lose yourself in. Plus enquiry, such is the obvious thirst for knowledge. You can feel it as each layer unfolds, each weaving…

  • Afterlife – Halucinomat – Subatomic

    Afterlife – Halucinomat – Subatomic

    By transcending the will to connect universally this invaluable series of music from Afterlife seeks out new sonic pastures with each consequent release. However, at this point given the enormity of bland ideas masquerading under the guise of electronic dance music where arrangements, impersonated sounds and cliqued provocations (not to mention the notion that you…

  • Afterlife – All I Wanted – Subatomic

    Maybe it’s time to reappraise the words Chill-Out. Ambient or ambience is a tangible thing but listening to the powerful low-end on All I Wanted there is a undeniably tough, animated feel to the track underpinned by a sensory overload of emotional trigger points in the form of expanding, echoing voices and heart erupting keys.…

  • Afterlife – Being There/ Quiet Music EP’s – Subatomic UK

    “Music is a moral law. It gives a soul to the Universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, a charm to sadness, gaiety and life to everything. It is the essence of order, and leads to all that is good and just and beautiful.” This quote from Plato echoes across thousands of years…

  • Afterlife – Mushroom Pie – Subatomic

    For the final review of the year it is good to end on something special. The musical architecture supporting Mushroom Pie feeds into a mind-set blinded by science confirming the emotional intelligence of musical excellence. Driven by a slinky rhythm set the moods created are both warmly melodic, playfully inquisitive as Hush Forever’s whispered intentions…

  • Afterlife – Mother Nature Land – Subatomic

    Attention to detail. Attention to life. Afterlife continue a ceaseless soundtracking of the seasons with this latest collection which as the title states is a timely reminder of the importance of the source. Mother Nature Land pulses with strident drums and an almighty blast of heavenly persuasion in the form of cool chords, sweet strings…

  • Afterlife – Mahalo EP – Subatomic

    Mahalo sounds like the party has already started. Dancing with crazy pleasure, lost in a tomorrow of future Jazz incantations, sharp beats and smooth chords talking up soulful yesterday’s while notes melt together celebrating. The title track from this latest collection is, and I seem to be repeating the words again, one of his finest…