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Unified Field Theory, Part II

Unified Field Theory, Part II

Playing tracks by

Jon Hopkins, Todd Terje, Gui Boratto, Telepopmusik, Atlas Sound and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 91st in the #minimal techno chart.

Beats in space completing their long journey back to the beginning of the harmonic circle through the unifying drones of the Field, whose fingerprints are all over this sonic rocket launcher.

Comments

Ryan el leon Oakley

listening to that transition while exerstudying - i'm more intrigued by it. someone's fading glow begets another's ecstatic entrance into the world. huh... endorphins.

Ryan el leon Oakley

the das spiegal entrance almost seems to clash emotionally with the gui before it. however, the blips fit so neatly into the beat you can almost see the blips of das spiegal filling the half beats in the song it's entering into.
i like the technical aspect of the transition, but maybe not the emotional quality. totally subjective feeling.

djtashtego
djtashtego

Yeah that's an interesting point. The Gui is kind of a serene wonder and is slowly dwindling down like a fire, and then Das Spiegel comes in with a lot of optimistic bubbly energy, so there's a bit of a clash. But I do like the blend, I think it makes for a interesting contrast. Now that I've got some of the more technical aspects down pretty well, I'm finding that the most intriguing problems are the emotional ones. It's a tricky question. You want variety of emotional tonality in the set but it can't be willy-nilly, so you have to discern when to keep a certain vibe going with the next song, and when to contrast a little more sharply with it. I think when the Gui drops out and Das Spiegel gets going, the transition does feel a little abrupt. Contrast that to the Grizzly Bear-Fred Falke/Deadmau5 transition in the Tropic of Dancer mix - two very different emotional feelings, but it's one of my favorite blends that I've come up with so far.
Thanks for the insight, mang.