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Searching for the Omni-Dimensional

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #016: Shamanic Technology – Shadow Work

Re-embracing our search of the omni-dimensional, this blogging section is back with a special review of an artist whose soundsmith skills have consistently cut the edge of innovation and who is back with a new ultimate full length; we unravel ‘Shadow Work‘ by Shamanic Technology. I pledged to support Shamanic ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #014: Bwoy De Bhajan – 2032 EP

The latest addition to our Searching for the Omni-Dimensional blog is 19 year old producer and sound wizard Bwoy De Bhajan. With Bhajan refering to Hindu devotional songs, a slither of an idea is given about the music you will hear. Bwoy was deservedly a nominee for ‘Newcomer Of The ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #013 – Radioactive Sandiwch – Survival

I first heard of Radioactive Sandwich through Globular. It was the teaming of these artists on the ‘Sorbet for the Soul’ EP; a super fresh collaboration idea where the artists would remix each other’s songs, Mango and Lemon, to create ‘Mamon’ and ‘Lengo’. So it was that Radioactive Sandwich (RS) ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #011: Globular – Magnitudes of Order

‘For all apparent chaos, we find a few simple rules Yet the rules keep evolving, so we sharpen our tools But the further we delve, the small just gets smaller Forever our search, will reveal Magnitudes of Order’ Since I first heard this album in September, I knew I had ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #012: Azedia – Life Goes On

Ever since my search for an Outtallectuals A to Z of Post-Dubstep, and stumbling across the symphonic dubstep based beauty of A Requiem for a New World, I’ve been hooked on the music AZEDIA makes. Then I came across the track Fathom and realised that this band can really work ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #010: Le Gros Ballon – Hey EP (2013)

The artists for this review article hail from Italy and produce music that is quite different from the electronic side of our coverage. After Slow Machete and Judy Kang, we are experimenting with bringing the rock/organic music back to our blog and we give you ‘Hey’ by Le Gros Ballon. ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #009: Slow Machete

The artist chosen for the focus of this introduction and review is definitely different from any artist we have had before. This week we will be moving away from predominantly electronic music and opening the garden door to indie/alternative greatness. 30 seconds into the Slow Machete experience, you will understand ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #008: Judy Kang – Self-Titled (2013)

As many underground progressive communities would be, I was hesitant to write about a violin player who has worked with Lady Gaga. My first reaction was to doubtfully dismiss her material as mainstream poppy shambles but the grown up in me took control. Regardless of our personal opinions about Gaga ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #001 [REDO]: The Algorithm

When we initiated this website, to start off the section of this blog we wrote an introductory article on The Algorithm and the release of his single Tr0jans, before the Polymorphic Code album was out. This group was a clear indication of musicians searching for omni-dimensional music and their formula ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #007: H.E.A.R – High End Audio Ritual

What is a musician? Is someone who calls to prayer from his local mosque a musician? Are DJs musicians? What about parrots? Are sound engineers musicians? If a musician is not the master of a specific instrument? Too many questions about the technicality of what being a musician is. However, ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #006: Tentura

This week we will be focusing on the duo that is Tentura, playing music within and on the borders of the psychedelic sub-genres of Psybient and Psychill. With the ever-evolving format of this blog, we bring you accompanying weekly mixes. Rather than copying links from SoundCloud to talk about the tracks ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #005: Kameronessi

This week’s feature Kameronessi is an artist who goes beyond making music in terms of simple harmonic convergence and more into a full scale omni-vergence of sound into a story. Clearly it’s the sounds of someone who is not only a musician but a highly professional sound engineer. The Last Candle ...

Searching for the Omni-Dimensional #004: Keeplove – Folkstep

If you’ve been following our spaces, you’ll know that David Samano a.k.a Keeplove? has been on our radar for a while. One of our admins [A] came across his music while on a search to explore soundcloud with [insert]step tags. One of these words chosen was folk and beyond the ...

Searching for the Omni-dimensional #003: Baumeister

This episode of SFTOD takes a different turn as we uncover that getting lost in merging genres solely for the purpose of omni-dimensionalism can be damaging to the soul of the music; rather it should be a naturally occuring process. We will be introducing to you an upcoming artist, show evidence ...

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