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Other Things That Happened

by Projective Module

Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Anhelavi
5:09 $0.99
2. Balbuttio
4:36 $0.99
3. Flaminis
5:17 $0.99
4. Pipio
6:02 $0.99
5. Adflatus
2:34 $0.99
6. Aurae
4:08 $0.99
7. Circumvolo
4:02 $0.99
8. Anima
5:14 $0.99
9. Venti
5:17 $0.99
10. Sibilo
6:06 $0.99
11. Spiritus
2:32 $0.99
12. Angelificata
5:24 $0.99
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Album Notes
The three immortals fell into a deep dark slumber to travel into realms of existence far beyond our own. Their bodies drifted cold and seemingly lifeless for aeons before one of countless yellow stars beckoned them towards its radiance. Welcoming solar flares arched and burst, warming the bodies of the three immortals until they were roused from slumber. They each took up a position to twirl gracefully about the body of the star and commenced to breath life into one another’s titanic lungs as they passed in their orbits. Within each of the immortals the spent remains of the organisms that had once lived and thrived before the immortals long cold voyage mingled with the heat of the star and the thawing of ice carried into the immortals bodies by screaming comets that rushed in to join the dance. Soon new life sprang into existence within and upon the bodies of the three immortals and new songs composed of the heart beats and breath and electric pulsing of these many life forms layered one upon the other could be heard pulsing through the cosmos. Here are the songs, arranged into 12 tracks, 12 vessels carrying the seeds of alien life into your nervous system.



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Aural Innovations - Albert Pollard

Mix of Subtle and Edgy in Perfect Equilibrium
Projective Module is the latest project from J.C. Mendizabal, aka Kyron. And like so many well-produced Kyron albums, I find that the production of Other Things That Happened is also very well executed.
The mix of the subtle with the edgy seems to be in perfect equilibrium, making the journey through the album all the more pleasant without any injustice to the listener. The feel of the tracks to me lie in very ambient places, and if I was to sum up the sound, I would state that it is somewhere between Jorge Reyes on the subtle etheric level, and Son Kite on the transient minimal dance level. It is electronic orientated hypnotism that has melody, beat, and structure, rather than pure sound creation that has not, and it plays heavily with this melody and beat ethic throughout the majority of the twelve tracks of the album.
Other Things That Happened, according to the overview on the bio, is based entirely upon the conception that Three Immortals fell into a deep dark slumber and ventured far into realms of existence far beyond our own, seeding our nervous system with alien life! Yet, there is no mention to the condition that only through death can one truly and fully understand that the frequencies of immortality are the true opposite harmonic resonance’s of the present reality’s constant F# drone, and therefore cannot be penetrated materially due to the vast frequencial difference of a dense material body.
However, with a Merkaba, one could in theory bodily escape from this three-dimensional intergalactic universal monotony without being astrally dependant on the light body, as is with these supposed Immortals. So, for this reason I assume that the Immortals went nowhere and were indeed sleeping off a drug haze! Keep it up J. C.!