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2012-10-02 11:12:47 UTC

Ambient, post/space rock, electronic project born in 2012. Music composed and played by Danilo Fittipaldi | Creative Commons BY-NC 3.0 Licensed. Main influences involves the like of [ Brian Eno ], [ Pink Floyd ], [ Mogwai ], [ Radiohead ], [ Archive ], [ Air ], [ David Sylvian ], [ Yann Tiersen ], [ Sigur Ros ] etc etc.

Space Invaders

Credits / Released on 14th June 2012 Music: "Danilo Fittipaldi" | Mastering: "Marco Bonanomi".

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And here goes something I wouldn't miss at any cost. Easy listen, easy flaw, easy vibes, easily accessible. Everything about this project is great as it carries an extreme minimalist side with some exquisite drone elements backed up by spoken lyrics few places. DO NOT SKIP THIS POST. It's set on "NYP" on BandCamp so got get it guys. I did and I dig it to bits.

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Artist - Surak Album - Space Invaders [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2012 Genre - Ambient, Minimal, Instrumental, Ambientscape, Post-rock [ GET IT NOW ] Tracklist 01. One 02:40 02. Rescue 03:30 03. Confessions of an ordinary mind 03:46 04. Pentagram 03:54 05. Cube 03:20 06. Let flow 02:00 07. A comet is born 04:26 08. Cosmic background radiation 03:48 09. Moon landing 04:28 10. Ray Bradbury 04:09 11. Lullaby 02:30 12. Synthetic Sun 2.0 01:52 13. Waltz 03:06 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BANDCAMP NAME YOUR PRICE Surak - Space Invaders -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Recommendations: Lotus Eaters | BYLA | Eluvium | Mark Mcguire & Nate Scheible | Tim Hecker -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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