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Jason Mythos – The Philosopher’s Stone

Free Music |  | May 22, 2014 | Posted by Basilisk

Jason Mythos – The Philosopher’s Stone
01 - Relentless (132 BPM)
02 - Vegas Breeze (feat. Shannon) (132 BPM)
03 - Little Rock (132BPM)
04 - Sinister (132 BPM)
05 - Red Stone (132 BPM)
06 - Die Hard (132 BPM)
07 - Groovin (132 BPM)
08 - Battle (feat. Christina Marie Magenta) (140 BPM)
09 - Blood and Tears (132 BPM)
10 - Wizards (133 BPM)
11 - The Philosopher's Stone (133 BPM)
12 - Panacea (133 BPM)
13 - Solar Flare Surfers (133 BPM)
14 - Drizzt's Jam (132 BPM)

In the days of old the alchemists extracted and refined the essences of herbs, minerals, and metals and then carefully mixing them together again to create “stones”. Today, Jason Mythos, an alchemist of a different type creates a “stone” by extracting and refining the audio essences of guitar, amp-distortion, synths, and a dash of bit-crushing, mixing it all up into this progressive trance elixir, The Philosopher’s Stone. Featured here is over 80 minutes of music produced with passion and mastered with emotion by Jason Mythos with artwork by xXKiragaXx. As a bonus, this album also features production notes with screen shots and a link to over a gigabyte of audio samples that Jason has released into the Creative Commons.

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1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars Rated 85.05% with 99 votes

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21 Comments

  • pyc says:

    This is not the level that is expected from Ektoplazm.

  • Loved this one :) Listened to it all the way through.

  • Acid lagos says:

    this is an awesome album for people who love electronic music for years <3

  • zeltmacher says:

    great work – thanks for sharing dude! also thanks for the notes and the link!! :-)

  • Delysid25 says:

    Why low rated, Folks? These are fresh “Oldschool” tunes! I Love It! Namesé.. :)

  • Delysid25 says:

    (edit) Namasté! :D

  • Nemesis Fixx says:

    “Red Stone”, “Die Hard” are my fav!

  • king redekar says:

    this is an awesome album

  • AoVmax says:

    “This is not the level that is expected from Ektoplazm.” HAHAHAhaaaaaaaaaaa….

    That is why it is Ektoplazm. ;]

    Thank you for contributing to the complexities of sound which we all question….

  • AoVmax says:

    I’m listening to the album for the second time. It’s really nice. I like that it is not too complex. I think you did well with the skills you had avaliable. I’m excited to see how you develop your style. Keep it up! :]

  • Dj Dêâthbêâm says:

    Such a low rating is just not fair to this release. I think it turned out good; some tracks are not to my taste and others are really good – really the story of most albums. I think the problem people had with the album was they were expecting the typical baselines of progressive, which in this album are much less noticeable or non-existent. Personally, I find it refreshing, takes me back to the days I jammed to the old school stuff.

  • Chrix98 says:

    some really good tracks in there,but the abrupt stops/changes inbetween the tracks are a bit offputting

  • psylophyta says:

    Interesting… I feel that this music is very well-produced, in the meaning that it is done by a music lover.

    That’s why some find these tracks “not too complex.” Not that they are simple, either. They are just not over-complicated. Every bit of the music makes sense. Not that I am not enjoying all the rest of the music on Ektoplazm, but this one is particularly easy to enjoy, because it’s made more with the heart than with the head.

  • Jason Mythos says:

    Being my last Creative Commons Album I chose productions based on past musical influences and sounds I hold close to my heart. I thank ALL of you for your time, consideration and valuable comments on the album. I thank Ektoplazm for providing an incredible portal full of trance in all of it’s diversity with talented and amazing artists from all over the world.

  • MCHAKRA says:

    I liked this one very much. The low rating seems not right at all….

  • roberto says:

    HEY JASON MYTHOS, your music is perfect for me, its crazy when some tracks start with a goa atmosphere, with that fat bass and spiral melodies, i would classifie it as progressive goa, or nineties psytrance like xdream. the actual progpsy become tons of equal tracks with the liquid soul, ace ventura, etc, style… its like the israeli full on, keep doing your magic, this is real psychedelic music, not just a copy of a copy of copy, with the same repetitive melody all track long, you variate the melody in all tracks and many times in each track, thank you some much, from a pschedelic lover from brazil

  • roberto says:

    the only thing i didint like was the vocals, i dont like any volcals

  • roberto says:

    listening more of your music right now and i need to say, that are many epic tracks here, and some masterpieces too, every 30 second in a track and the melody changing, i will keep your music with me for my entire life!

  • Alpha Sign says:

    BLOOD AND TEARS
    IS TOP OF THE TOP AND PROBABLY RESONATE FOR ALL THE TIME IN THE UNIVERSE:IT HAVE NO WORDS TO DESCRIBLE AT WHICH POINT IT HAS TOUCH THE PERFECTION .

  • roberto says:

    i cant download the full album in mp3

  • solitarysignal says:

    This is great. I’ve been looking for a really soul-felt psytrance album and this fits the bill. Fabulous- definitely ranks in my top 20 psytrance albums ever.


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