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Nicholas Lynn
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Nicholas Lynn For the longest time I've scrounged around for a specific sound. Something that fuses the kind of gritty heavy grooves and base in 80's breakdance music (which is closely related to synthwave) with the dark ambience and ghostly pads you find in dark electro and dark synthwave - a rare gem. Keep doing what you do and I'll continue to support this all too
rare and incredibly adept style fashioned here. Ritual is my personal favorite of this album. Favorite track: Ritual.
Teenage Dreams
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Teenage Dreams GosT has the craziest bass lines I have ever heard. Once I listened to the track "Ascension" I needed to get the album. Favorite track: Ascension.
Seyah Nitram
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Seyah Nitram Listening to Gost makes me feel like a teenager and I'm sure I've started to look younger since doing so. Sounds like 1980's music brought back from the future. Kind of ZX SPECTRUM Vs iPad. Treat your face to some beats and bass. Favorite track: Ritual.
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"...this a hugely important record in this genre as it takes both extremities of vulgarity and beauty and elevates them into electrifying new dimensions, not only in their own spaces but often at the same time. By rekindling his melodic muse, Gost has taken his synthscapes into an all new level of brilliance. The depths and heights achieved from movement to movement and track to track is akin to baroque religious iconography with its exquisitely refined paintings of the most grotesque subject matter. "
-Rick, Synthetix.fm


released February 4, 2014


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