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PharaOm – Shelter Ten

Free Music |  | July 30, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

PharaOm – Shelter Ten
01 - Welcome To Shelter Ten (120 BPM)
02 - Inside The Core (146 BPM)
03 - Meeting Roy & Chip (111 BPM)
04 - Laser Highways (144 BPM)
05 - Anti Gravity Module (141 BPM)
06 - Biomechanical Civilization (144 BPM)
07 - Buckminster Biospheres (136 BPM)
08 - Back To Titan V (144 BPM)
09 - Nanosurgery (143 BPM)

Shelter Ten is a new concept release by French musician PharaOm (Oswald Pfeiffer), appearing here on Future Disorder Recordings, Colombia. The pure sound of new school Goa trance has been dissected and experimentally fused with aspects of psystep, classical music, glitch, and rock to create an uncommon science fiction-themed tale. Mastered by Subwill with artwork by PharaOm with additional editing by Richpa.

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18 Comments

  • Camilo says:

    I fuckin love dis, great concept and music / soundesign
    congrats bro! ur the best.

  • TrIP says:

    Не очень мне понравилось :(

  • Kyle F says:

    PharaOm, I hope you read these. I love this album to death, had it for a while. Your abilities with both melody and storytelling are phenomenal. I always look forward to seeing more of your stuff, it has never disappointed.

  • KrispyKrisp says:

    FANTASTIC release! One question, though. This is a re-post, right?

  • MUZG says:

    going back to the past with futuristic technology!

  • mindsofinfinity says:

    I really like this release! Downloaded a few others that day, and ended up being bored, but this one is really fun with its future space colony theme. With the opening i can visualize the spaceship with areal botanical gardens, and the artist did a really cool job with the samples to create the mood. And the actual music is great too, with some heavy psytrance stuff that reminds me of hallucinogen but with a future space tech theme. Overall really enjoyed this theme

  • Musiker says:

    Really nice sound – Loved it!

  • STZ says:

    Отличный саунд, местами с дабстепом но он здесь очень даже в тему

  • Nima says:

    Good luck nice album i love goaaaaa <3

  • SideFX says:

    Every track is heavy.

  • salai says:

    dont linke dubstep in goa…..ok….but the rest is still awesome, perfekt neogoa…very spiritual, interesting, colourful…magic……. fluffy hippietrance….:-* shiva is proud of you :P

  • KC says:

    I love Goa. Keep it goa-ing. Ha. ha. Oh god did I just resort to lame jokes? I am sorry.

  • OCTOPUNK says:

    Return to the Source…..Goa on!

  • kitrinos says:

    I didn’t like it, sorry. Maybe it’s just me, not being able to digest all this multilateral mixture, but it didn’t work out for my (amateur) ears. The prelude and interlude sounds kind of chessy too, imho.
    I really like your previous work though :)

  • Nymphomania says:

    “Meeting Roy and Chip” really makes me feel like I’m watching Wall-E.

    props for pulling it off w/ class :)

  • Nymphomania says:

    the music on this album is very diverse and addictive, enchanting and very goa purpleish melodies
    the concept is never over done, I never feel like the songs are ruined by samples or like an emotional moment is stolen by the attempts at humor… these things are placed in their right position between more ambitious, emotional and spiritual tracks… I must admit I was never a PharaOm fan in the past, thinking him pale in comparison to the original goa but now I see him carving his own niche, and I actually applaud the dubstep fusion and general experimentation 5/5

  • Syber Leafy says:

    love this album good tunes groovy harmonics


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