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Impostor Syndrome

by BassBoss

Experimental music with drones and brushstrokes of orchestral instruments
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Journey
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2. Fear
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3. Struggle
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4. Nightmare
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5. Obscure
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Impostor syndrome is a cognitive bias that makes the sufferer unable to attribute his or her own success to external causes. One lives constantly suffering fear of being discovered as an impostor, it is also a good representation of the predominant socioeconomic system of our time. Where success is imposed on us, we are blamed if you do not achieve it and if you do the same system manages to make you feel alien to it.

The work is divided into two parts:
In the first part, starting from the syndrome that gives the EP its title, the artist ventures into the primary search for fear by navigating the murkiest waters of his mind, finding and defeating his own demons.
In the second part of the journey, he explores the process of artistic creation and the sacrifices adjacent to it; reliving sensations, feelings and situations already overcome. Paying the expensive toll of beginning being a romantic dreamer and ending up being a dark and deep soul that only exists in a pure way in small doses.

This EP is a whole soundtrack of the look to the abyss. What very often becomes the terrifying gift of the artist, offering his own vision, but it is the abyss that decides to look back.

To do this, he exploits the boundaries between experimental electronic music and orchestral music; violins, drones and metals. Pulsating basses and ancestral voices that oscillate between the warmth of a sunset in the African savannah and the violence of a supernova.

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