Omnitropic, Ektoplazm’s downtempo imprint, proudly presents Discovering The Ancient, the third studio album by Canadian producer Ekoplex (Ray Vincent). After the success of his previous albums, Journey Of The Turtle and Creatures Of The Forest, Ekoplex now turns inward to explore the cosmic potential of deep tribal trance and downtempo. Featuring live instrumentation, guest vocalists, and experiments in alternate tuning, this is an incredibly vibrant album filled with hidden messages and memorable moments. For greater insight into the creative process behind the music, please consult the extensive liner notes.
Turtle Island (120 BPM)
Hip Shiva Wigga (100 BPM)
Follow The Music (100 BPM)
Shamanic Drumz (110 BPM)
Before The Sun (110 BPM)
Aya (110 BPM)
Shapeshifter (112-119 BPM)
Crossroads (114 BPM)
End Of The Cycle, Beginning Of… (110 BPM)
Mastered by Michael Phillips.
Original photography by Su MaShakti.
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 007].
Sunrise From The Treetops is the remarkable debut of Hinkstep (Jonas Tegenfeldt), a talented musician and audio engineer born and raised in the northern part of Sweden. After discovering the “other side” of Infected Mushroom’s groundbreaking album Converting Vegetarians, Jonas was hooked on the manifold possibilities of downtempo psychedelia. His boundless experiments in the years that followed eventually gave rise to a refreshingly eclectic style further influenced by the likes of Porcupine Tree and Younger Brother. Now, having cultivated a bold creative vision, Hinkstep is ready to share the sublime experience of this unique album with the world.
Sunrise From The Treetops (126 BPM; 9/4)
Moonwalk On Mushroom Street (80 BPM)
Dreamland Dub (120 BPM; 6/4)
Medusa (67.2 BPM)
Aldrig Mer (130 BPM; 6/4)
So Beautiful So Strange (75 BPM)
Sleep Again (120 BPM)
Female vocals on Aldrig Mer by Sara Johanna Lindström Westman.
Male vocals on Aldrig Mer by Milad Becky.
Guitar and sitar on Aldrig Mer by Peter Ekelund.
Guitar on Aldrig Mer by Daniel Schwartz.
Guitar on So Beautiful So Strange by Oscar Hägglund.
Vocals on So Beautiful So Strange and Sleep Again by Jonas Tegenfeldt.
Mastered by Jonas Tegenfeldt.
Design and original photography by Alexander Synaptic (more info).
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 006].
Omnitropic proudly presents Three Spires, the beautiful debut album from Perfect Blind (Igor Čeranić), a downtempo and deep trance producer from Zagreb, Croatia. Prepare to be tantalized by a disarming set of celestial melodies, hypnotic rhythms, and glimmering cosmic atmospheres as Perfect Blind navigates this sonic starship through the dark reaches of outer space into the inner chambers of a pulsating stellar womb. This majestic journey is sure to appeal to all fans of the Ultimae Records sound.
Omnitropic is proud to present The Signs: Entanglement, an epic world-beat, deep tribal trance, cinematic downtempo album by Koan (Daniel Roeth & William Grey). Spanning more than two hours of airtime with a total of 40 tracks, this release is a mega-mix of selected works from 2004–2009. Through evocative storytelling Koan invites you to take an unforgettable journey into the heart of magic and mystery.
At The Sunset (Early Mix)
Return To The Pearl Island
Evening Flight With Souram
Secret Map Of Cortes
By the Crystalline Cliffs
On The Red Flatland
The Return Of The Conquistadors
Big Trouble In Rio Grande
Diego The Pirate’s Broken Circle
Shadows Around The Corner
Night-Time Talk With Coyote
Meeting At Mercedos
House In The Wilderness Part 1 (Meeting With Jose)
After The Taste Of Rose The Gypsy’s Brew
A Firefly Wearing A Blue Hat With A Small Lamp
House In The Wilderness Part 2 (Night Flights Over Sonora Desert)
Meeting With Don Ernesto’s Shades
Under The Waterfall
Night Rendezvous With Mercedes
Lone Wagon (feat. Tatyana Kalmykova)
At The Dwarf’s Cave
Riding A Crocodile
Jaguar Fights Don Ernesto
Sabotage (feat. Tatyana Kalmykova)
Shanu And The Bear
At Dawn (Later Mix)
All tracks written, programmed, mixed and mastered by Daniel Roeth at IntroSpect Porta Tracks, Moscow, Russia.
Executive producer: William Grey.
Produced by Roeth & Grey.
Original photography by Alex E. Proimos.
Artwork by Alexander Synaptic (more info).
Released by Omnitropic [OMNI 003].
Neto submerges the listener in the vast inner landscapes of chill music with Aquatikon, the follow-up album to “Anomalies”, Neto’s minimal tech downtempo hip hop opus, and the debut release from Ektoplazm’s new downtempo sublabel, Omnitropic. This closely connected thematic album explores the levels below the surface of the world’s oceans, taking inspiration from mornings on the boat docks, sunrise on the pier, sailing in storms, and charting new territory. At times emotional, melodic, brooding, abstract, spacious, and open, Aquatikon is intended for the morning chill room, when you aren’t quite down, but you are wanting to level out, to get amniotic, to curl up and float into the waveforms. A distinct sonar sound used in dub effect is a fixture in each track, mimicking the navigational technology used by many underwater animals. This is music for neuronauts and mariners alike.