The Rotating Galaxy
|Title||The Rotating Galaxy|
|Release Date||Tuesday, June 5, 2012|
|Genre||New Age > Ambient|
Alias frequencies meets red shift signals of space.
Being the children of orion in the milky way we observe our surroundings. How did human life survive sitting on a small rock that travels with more than 200 km/s and has an inner that contains boiling iron. Just as it is difficult to measure the speeds and distances without taking into account the red shift effect, this album struggles with aliasing phenomenons, being recorded with an old 36kHz sampler. This is especially evident in the Overture at 1:40 where suddenly a wall of noise is created from "nothing". Could it be the cosmic microwave background radiation? This E.P. is a tribute to our galaxy.