Free Music | Darkpsy, Experimental, Forest | August 31, 2013 | Released by JellyFish Frequency Recordings | Posted by Søren Nordström
02 - Tzimtzum Samioza (148 BPM)
03 - Das Herz Dialektik (135 BPM)
04 - Fù Shāng De Fēi Dì (157 BPM)
05 - Sensory Mirage (179 BPM)
06 - Advaita Gita (156 BPM)
07 - Rgyud (147 BPM)
08 - Ya-O-Yorozu No Kami (154 BPM)
09 - Yggdrassil Ormurholur (148 BPM)
10 - Matryoshka Fraktali (180 BPM)
11 - M (155 BPM)
12 - La Nausée (158 BPM)
13 - Yarindin (145 BPM)
14 - Comhbhailigh Éigríoch (150 BPM)
The second installment, and a much more coherent story than Origin; Ubikvad Omniheita is an obscure journey through physical and mental cosmos and chaos. An intrinsically idiosyncratic attempt at an ubiquitous tribute to everything. Juggling inherently biased conceptualizations of a random self-sampling nervous system of potential existence inevitably manifested; imbedded somewhere in the veil of polarities; distinguishing holism and merging pluralities; between wu wei and specific ambition; extrapolating nuances in yet another interpolation of infinity; nihilizing pantheism and pantheizing nihilism, et cetera. JellyFish Frequency Recordings and Spruce come together again – this time to bring awareness and alleviation to the people of Tibet. Thanks to Free Tibet, every considerate donation will help aiding this ancient, peaceful culture; regardless of how insignificant each individual donation might seem. Mastered by Jonny Cakes (SooSpicey) of Anomalistic Studios with artwork by Spruce.
Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage.