Umbra explores the concept of Techno with 'The Stranded' via Con+ainer

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Umbra explores the concept of Techno with 'The Stranded' via Con+ainer

Con+ainer is proud to announce the release of Umbra’s highly anticipated debut album 'The Stranded', the release follows the Whatpeopleplay 'Abrasive' EP. The album is an hour and three minute trip into the artist’s imagination and experiences observing the rules of Nature and the violence of birth, life and death. Musically, 'The Stranded' approaches Techno in many ways while keeping Umbra's experimental signature sound at hand. It will make you travel between moods; tracks like 'Titans Emerge' and 'The Feud' push you to the void as you stand over the edge, and it will drag you to wistfulness for old times while leaving you yearning for a future you have not experienced yet. While 'Chaothian Returns' sounds like an Interstellar Jungle. 'Human' and 'Post-Human' sound like classics from the first second, galvanise the same rhythmic mischief with full focus on the undulating bass, it’s slippery, slinky and drenched in drama. 'Silent Hadean' takes a slightly softer, more melodic approach, with 'The Probability Of Life Coming To Existence' following it up creating a void full of atmosphere. 'A Race For Continuity' ignites pummelling with a classic palpitating bass and kick roll, percussive elements, followed by 'Demise Of Conscience' which heads-down into the darkest corners through ripples and ruffles offered up in equal measure. Rounding the album off 'The Multiverse, As A Whole, Never Ends' is arranged with detailed dynamism, every element spirals and surges to create full-on meltdown. Overall, this is an exemplary concept album, offering a diverse insight into the Techno genre, designed for both dancefloor and home listening experiences. Tracklist_ 01. Titans Emerge 02. Silent Hadean 03. The Probability Of Life Coming To Existence 04. The Feud 05. Human 06. Post-Human 07. A Race For Continuity 08. Demise Of Conscience 09. Chaothian Returns 10. The Multiverse, As A Whole, Never Ends Release Date: 22nd October 2015.

Con+ainer is proud to announce the release of Umbra’s highly anticipated debut album 'The Stranded', the release follows the Whatpeopleplay 'Abrasive' EP. The album is an hour and three minute trip into the artist’s imagination and experiences observing the rules of Nature and the violence of birth, life and death. Musically, 'The Stranded' approaches Techno in many ways while keeping Umbra's experimental signature sound at hand. It will make you travel between moods; tracks like 'Titans Emerge' and 'The Feud' push you to the void as you stand over the edge, and it will drag you to wistfulness for old times while leaving you yearning for a future you have not experienced yet. While 'Chaothian Returns' sounds like an Interstellar Jungle. 'Human' and 'Post-Human' sound like classics from the first second, galvanise the same rhythmic mischief with full focus on the undulating bass, it’s slippery, slinky and drenched in drama. 'Silent Hadean' takes a slightly softer, more melodic approach, with 'The Probability Of Life Coming To Existence' following it up creating a void full of atmosphere. 'A Race For Continuity' ignites pummelling with a classic palpitating bass and kick roll, percussive elements, followed by 'Demise Of Conscience' which heads-down into the darkest corners through ripples and ruffles offered up in equal measure. Rounding the album off 'The Multiverse, As A Whole, Never Ends' is arranged with detailed dynamism, every element spirals and surges to create full-on meltdown. Overall, this is an exemplary concept album, offering a diverse insight into the Techno genre, designed for both dancefloor and home listening experiences. Tracklist_ 01. Titans Emerge 02. Silent Hadean 03. The Probability Of Life Coming To Existence 04. The Feud 05. Human 06. Post-Human 07. A Race For Continuity 08. Demise Of Conscience 09. Chaothian Returns 10. The Multiverse, As A Whole, Never Ends Release Date: 22nd October 2015.