Hibernate

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In.Visible.Generator
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In.Visible.Generator A massively enchanting album, that i am happy not to miss. One of those, with an magnetic quality. A wonderful collection of dreamy and misty soundscapes that are not so minimalistic in it´s presentation as it seem. Some tracks are darker, but playing in the more mysterious corner. And also some with an very sublime and proud epicness. This masterpiece, let the listener not complete "spacing out" but let him hovering at a appropriate level over an foggy scenery.

A highly recommended work!
Bart Furp
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Bart Furp Calling any music "drone" implies boredom (as in, my history teacher could drone on for hours)...

This ain't no drone music. It's ambient wavelength medication that would soothe a rabid grizzly into deep hibernation.

Thanks to djhdd for pointing the way.
DJHDD
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DJHDD Sleeping drone music of the highest calibre. I bet you don't get through the whole album in one sitting. Favorite track: Part 1.
jason paul
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jason paul I didn't preview a single track before purchasing this, that's the faith I've got based on the past recordings. I expect nothing less than magic on this massive release.
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With 5 hours of carefully crafted ambient & drone music, "Hibernate" provides a deep listening environment for sleep, relaxation, meditation or plain old daydreaming. The album is divided into 25-minute sections of similar thematic content, but all tracks are gapless and form a continuous piece, which is why I recommend listening via a computer or portable player rather than burning the album to several CDs (or cassettes/whatever). The first section is the most active, and should be used as a reference to set an appropriate, unobtrusive volume for the rest of the album.

This has been my most daunting and time-consuming music project to date, but I've enjoyed every minute spent realizing it. Thanks to all fans and supporters over the years.

-Michael

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released May 8, 2014

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