Interstellar Sequence - Baikonur Fields mp3 album
- Performer: Interstellar Sequence
- Title: Baikonur Fields
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: WAV AA APE VQF ASF MIDI AAC
- Released: 2014
- Style: Berlin-School
- MP3 album: 1551 mb
- FLAC album: 1899 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 676
Interstellar Sequence. Unlike many (or most) of his peers, the author of Baikonur Fields knows that it is not easy to make sequence-based music interesting throughout the entire album. While it might not be an overwhelmingly original album (Tangerine Dream from early 1980s or Future System Projekt spring to mind), it is melodic, varied yet compact, and pleasant to listen to. Plus, it sustains the listener's attention throughout - and given the fact that there are far too many efforts in the very same style of music (even from professional musicians) that fail horribly at attempting that, this says something.
Interstellar Sequence - First Light (Early Version) (2016). Interstellar Sequence - Baikonur Fields (2014). Interstellar Sequence - Back To The Moon (2015). Interstellar Sequence - Archives 1996-2004 (2017). Synthpop, Futurepop, Electropop, Minimal Wave, Minimal Synth, Synthwave. Gothic, Darkwave, Gothic Synth, Ethereal. Ambient, Dark Ambient.
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