Norwegian multi-genre producer Phobium (Henning H. Ottesen) returns to Omnitropic, Ektoplazm‘s downtempo and ambient sublabel, with this elegant work of conceptual space music and deep trance. This is the story of the first manned mission to travel through the immense cloud that surrounds our solar system, the place where comets are born, the Oort Cloud.
Omnitropic presents Falling Into One, the debut full-length album by Phone Booth Robbers (Bastiaan van Staaveren), a psychedelic downtempo project from the town of Hoofddorp in The Netherlands. Phone Booth Robbers began creating music in the mid-nineties, gradually shifting from early trance music to richly melodic downtempo and electronica inspired by acts like Shpongle, Ott, Bluetech, Ozric Tentacles, and Easily Embarrassed.
Signals From Inner Space (98 BPM)
DRTFM (96 BPM)
Circuit Bending The Universe At Your Desk (96 BPM)
Greasy Mechanism (104 BPM)
Electric Insects Crawling Through A Greener Universe (100 BPM)
Entwine is the debut album by Zoungla (Costa Damoulianos), a versatile musician from Montreal, Canada, jointly presented by Omnitropic, Maia Brasil Records, and Melodic Revolution Records. Zoungla balances ethnic world themes with futuristic electronic sounds, taking us on a trip to the far extremes of his symphonic musical cosmos, from spooky to groovy, serious to whimsical, and dark to bright!
Great Mountain Of Life (85 BPM)
Wakefulness In Sleep (85 BPM)
Release (137 BPM)
Anahata (140 BPM)
Young Man (68.5 BPM)
Wonky Kong (95 BPM)
Charging By The Crystal Cave (80 BPM)
Crimson Sandcastle (120 BPM)
Entwine (115 BPM)
Mastered by Costa Damoulianos.
Percussion on track 2 by Ryan Nava.
Artwork by Stephane Perez.
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 011].
Sorbet For The Soul is a collaboration between Globular (U.K.) and Radioactive Sandwich (U.S.A.), two of Omnitropic‘s hottest downtempo and psychedelic dub acts. This project came about from the desire to combine their amazing talents to create a very special conceptual release. Each artist started with the same set of samples and built their tracks around those sounds. Globular cooked up Lemon while Radioactive Sandwich provided the tasty Mango. They then traded tracks and reinterpreted each others original track; Globular created Mamon from Mango and Radioactive Sandwich created Lengo from Lemon. The end result is a four track release that flows and blends seamlessly, every track containing flavors from the others, much like a tasty summer frozen treat.
Globular – Lemon (97 BPM)
Radioactive Sandwich – Lengo (97 BPM)
Radioactive Sandwich – Mango (95 BPM)
Globular – Mamon (91 BPM)
Artwork by the insanely talented Sid Basu.
Mastering by Radioactive Sandwich at Slicetwodio.
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 010].
Following up on last year’s A World Of Delights, Mirage is the sixth studio album by Radioactive Sandwich, purveyors of delectable psychedelic electronic music. Jointly released by Omnitropic and Radioactive Sandwich Records, Mirage is a beautiful collection of enchanting and ethereal downtempo excursions into otherworldly bliss. Demonstrating a wide range of influences from psychedelic dub to worldbeat, tribal downtempo, and classic chill out, this album will satiate your ears, your mind, and your belly.
Into The Desert (65 BPM)
A Broken Reality (65 BPM)
An Echo Is The Shadow Of A Sound (100 BPM)
Sullen Choirboy (70 BPM)
Sigogglin (95 BPM)
Time Dilation (105 BPM)
Bhagwan (70 BPM)
All tracks written, produced, mixed, and mastered by Radioactive Sandwich.
Extra guitar on Sigogglin by Thriller Jacket Jamie.
Original photography by Radioactive Sandwich.
Artwork by Alexander Synaptic (more info).
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 009].