Argy, Alexander Ross
“Universal Consciousness 1.1.”
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2009 was a great year for These Days records, and 2010 promises to be even better. The platform stood out for its innovative yet functional club sound and unique artwork concepts. The new year begins with a new split series under the name Universal Consciousness, based on the idea of connection between all things, and that all things have been coordinated, and they combine to make up the same universe. The first part is dedicated to two very different takes on spiritual, cosmic space techno. On the A-side Argy’s “Sometimes I’m blind” generates a long and uplifting emotional climax, which features a solo that will forever stay in your heart. The track was recorded at the end of 2008, and despite numerous offers to release the record elsewhere, nothing was finalised and the recording never saw the light of day. Soon after the birth of his own label, it naturally fit the platform and seemed a perfect way to start the new year. On the flip side, Sheffield born Alexander Ross, brings forth a cavernous techno piece awash with reverberation and spacial echos that brings a driving yet non the less emotionally captivating moment perfectly in balance with the depth of the A-Side.
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