Experimental music for experimental people....

Experimental music for experimental people....

Monday, April 30, 2012

Subterrestrial - "Plasma Weapon" complete album on Youtube

For those of you who prefer to listen to music with video accompaniment (and I know you're out there!) Youtube user YucatanSuckaman has created videos for and uploaded to Youtube the complete Plasma Weapon album by Subterrestrial on Sirona-Records. Check it out!

Monday, April 23, 2012

Subterrestrial - "Lake Tahoe" now available on CD

Drawing influence from dark ambient, darkwave, ethereal and world music, Lake Tahoe conveys the profound, divine natural beauty of the region that inspired it. This 14-track album previously available only in high quality MP3, FLAC and other digital formats has been re-released by Mind Plug Records on a professionally reproduced CDr and packaged beautifully in a jewel case with full color 4pp booklet and rear inlay. Over one hour of music for $13. Also still available as a digital download from iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon and other purveyors of fine downloadables.

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Monday, April 16, 2012

SUB015 Subterrestrial - "Agartha"

The third installment of Subterrestrial's series of hollow earth themed albums, "Agartha" explores the legendary network of subterranean cities said to be populated by the descendants of Atlantis and Lemuria. "Agartha" channels experimental dub and ambient dub sounds for this outing.

1. Agartha 8:02
2. Ascended Master 7:20
3. Shambhala 6:51
4. Children of Atlantis 7:18
5. Posid 6:03
6. Solara Maru 7:40
7. Telos 7:43

Total length: 50:55
Encoded at: 44.100 KHz 192Kbps

Download from Subterrestrial

Monday, April 2, 2012

Portuguese fashonistas like Subterrestrial?

I just recently discovered three videos on Youtube (apparently recapping some Fashion show in Portugal) that feature The Polar Opening as Viewed from Space, Ueno Park After Dark, Into the Chasm, Tahoe Shimmer and The Key and the Eye from Subterrestrial's self-titled album. Pretty random, but interesting as well I may add.