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Phobos - Sector Four FLAC album


Performer: Phobos
Genre: Electronic
Title: Sector Four
Released: 2014
Style: Ambient, Dark Ambient, Drone
FLAC version ZIP size: 1357 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1381 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1984 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Sector Four by Phobos, released 05 September 2014 1. Sector Four Download version comes with all artwork, should you wish to make your own booklet and tray insert, and print on your own disc. php Fans of the music of Phobos don’t have to worry about the character and mood of the music contained on his fifth album, as "Sector Four" sees a nice continuation of the vast, intense dronescapes of Mr Thompson’s excellent effort "This Desolate Place" (although it might also be a sequel of that). Fans of the music of Phobos don’t have to worry about the character and mood of the music contained on his fifth album, as "Sector Four" sees a nice continuation of the vast, intense dronescapes of Mr Thompson’s excellent effort "This Desolate Place" (although it might also be a sequel of that).

Phobos - Sector Four is now released. Comes as a limited Taiyo Yuden CDr in a standard jewel case with clear tray, 8 page booklet, 2 sided tray card, and on disc print. Sector Four, by Phobos. Montage from the new soon to be released album, Sector Four.

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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Not On Label (catalog number Phob 005). This album was released in 2014 year.

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Tracklist

1 Sector Four 69:39

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phobos
  • Copyright (c) – Phobos
  • Recorded At – The Dark Room

Credits

  • Artwork [Images], Design, Layout – Phobos
  • Composed By, Producer [Produced By], Arranged By, Performer [Performed By], Synth [Synths], Sampler [Samplers], Effects [Fx], Mastered By – Phobos

Notes

Recorded in The Dark Room, at various times during 2014.

Limited CDr in a standard jewel case, comes with 8 page booklet, clear tray, 2 sided tray card, and colour on disc print.
℗ © Phobos 2014
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Phobos "Sector Four" CDrPhobos is a pseudonym of UK based droneforger David Thompson, who is active on the scene since 2009, when his CDr debut "Darkness Within" was released on AmbientLive label. Since his second "Monolith" CDr, which was released during 2010 on US label Dark Duck Records, Phobos continues with releasing his drone escapades on his own. Few digital downloads plus additional 4 CDr albums complete his discography, with "Sector Four" being the last one released at the beginning of September 2014 in limited edition of 50 copies. The CDr is packaged in standard jewel case with transparent tray with 8-panel front insert featuring images, design and layout by Phobos.As displayed by the artwork, album's title and the long-form scenario, clocking to nearly 70-minute mark, the listener is ready to take a venturesome journey way beyond the ordinary realms. Desolate hums and derelict rumbles ignite the ride, but soon emerge massive drone wall and smoothly crescendoes into powerfully undulating zones guarded by gracefully gliding phantasmal choirs. Intangibly tinkling subterranean fragments inconspicuously emerge here and there. Intricately magnified tides are masterfully reinforced by ear-bending convulsions and perplexing cyber-biotic subtleties. Around 20th minute the colossal thunderousness clandestinely diminuendoes into more serene, yet still enigmatically colored barren terrains. But this metamorphosed scenery easily could be a quiet calm before the storm... The track gently progresses through desolate drone passages, but towering helixes awake, slowly permeate across the monolithic stratum and elevate into climaxing heights. Now the horizon finally reveals the magnificent vista, enter now the gates of the drone pantheon!!! The entryway is rather quiet, but 46th minute seems to be the ultimate turning point, when the journey transmute into awe-inspiring transcendental zones. Rather flatlined at the very beginning, but the center stage is quickly stolen by continuously nuanced multi-dimensional drone inferno. Additional ear-piercing disruptions join the stage for more intensified exploration. Heavy drone wizardry at its most grandiose!!! During 63rd minute the journey starts to evanesce into tranquilly embracing expanses navigating the listener through warmer drone layers into earthy existence. Although ephemeral ghost calls pop up occasionally and counterpoint with ethereal choirs, the odyssey ends safely in halcyon oasis.To be honest, about one year ago when considering to enter into Phobos' droneworlds, I wasn't really sure about this adventure, as I am not a huge aficionado of dark ambient-infused domains. But now, after unveiling complete CDr discography of Phobos, I can confirm this was a really rewarding discovery, meticulously hanging on the edges of ambient and dark ambient styles. "Sector Four" is a truly precise example of carefully balanced ominously devastating magmatic endeavors with more drifting soundsculpting. For all connoisseurs of ultra deep dronecarving, put your headphones on and experience tour de force entitled "Sector Four"!!! Bravo, Phobos, bravo, David, I can't wait for your future explorations!!!Richard Gürtler (Oct 25, 2015, Bratislava, Slovakia)