Free Music | Progressive, Techno, Zenonesque | May 22, 2012 | Released by Glitchy.Tonic.Records | Posted by Basilisk
02 - Subquantum (130 BPM)
03 - My Interuniversal Travels (130 BPM)
04 - Spooky Action At A Distance (130 BPM)
05 - Oh Dear Laika (100 BPM)
06 - We're All Connected (130 BPM)
07 - C. Singularity (130 BPM)
08 - Something From Nothing (130 BPM)
09 - Mind Matter Interrelationship (130 BPM)
10 - From Order And Disorder (120 BPM)
Released by Glitchy.Tonic.Records, Quantum Weirdness is the third studio album from Robert Hundt’s Zeitgeist side project. Hundt, who is also known as Radioactive.Cake, founded Zeitgeist in 2010 to explore alternative conceptions of progressive psytrance influenced by techno, breaks, electronic, jazz, and funk music at 130 BPM or thereabouts. Following up on Spirit Of The Age (2010) and Darwin (2011), Quantum Weirdness explores the peculiarities of reality at the subatomic level. Fitting the theme, this release features an epigram by Richard Feynman:
“There is no harm in doubt and skepticism, for it is through these that new discoveries are made.”
Mastered at Anti-Logic, Berlin. Artwork by Robert Hundt.
Released under a Creative Commons licence for noncommercial usage.