The Archives

by Synthetic Epiphany

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Here is my 16 track album containing the moody dubstep I have been putting out recently, and selection of unreleased tunes from various times, including Visiting Hours, and This Metal Skin. This album encompasses what I have been doing musically for over two years, and any contribution from you guys would be really appreciated as I am pretty hard up at the moment :)

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"The 16 tracks encompass chill dubstep, with dark overtones and a liquid shimmer. The album is ethereal and contemplative, with a moody sheen that feels like the end of a long night just before the sunrise. This is electronic music at its best." Floorshime Zipper Boots Blog

"Artists now claiming to be dubstep musicians aren’t making dubstep at all and the musicians who actually are making music with this tag just can’t break out of Burial’s shadow. Out of the mist this year though came Synthetic Epiphany, an artist on the rise through soundcloud. His swift production is what has really given himself a chance in this never-ending plague of bad future garage music. The Archives is actually somewhat a compilation as the 16 tracks are songs that were unreleased over the last 2 years but somehow the album flows out very organically. Each song carries that heavy dubstep flavor but also manages to mix in some pop ingredients to give it a bit of a lighter, more weightless attribute. Although this album is incredibly long it is quite mezmorizing. It could very well be one of the better dubstep records I have heard since Burial's Untrue back in 2007." Earmilk

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released 06 January 2013

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Synthetic Epiphany Hereford, UK

"What he creates is so unique and special that it takes someone with a genuine appreciation for music to honestly enjoy his work. He's no Skrillex, and doesn't produce for mass appeal. What he does comes from his soul, and you can definitely feel it in his music."

Any support in helping me would be incredible and most appreciated, and above all, I hope you enjoy the music.
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