Syzygy (An Alignment Of Multiple Trax In The Same Gravitational System)

by Various Artists

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From the late Latin "syzygia", from the greek syzygía (συζυγíα) union or conjunction, derivative from sýzygos (σύζυγος), yoked or paired, consisting of syn (σύν) together, and zygón (ζυγόν) yoke.
Often used in the plural form to indicate the positions of the orbit of the moon as this is in conjunction or in opposition to the Sun and the Earth. It can also refer more broadly to similar configurations of other celestial bodies.
"Syzygy" is the result of different musical paths that have marked the creative development of artists involved in the project "eclipse music" and for a completely random set of circumstances found themselves under the banner of a single philosophy: the sound seen as exploration of the unknown.
"Syzygy" is the soundtrack of what our imagination tries to develop as an aural experience: it moves over fixed musical genres and it points far beyond what our eyes can see.
It is no coincidence that the space has been chosen as a source of inspiration.
The intention was not to make a compilation of just techno or ambient music, so no guidelines about genre or style of were set.
"Syzygy" is a collection of work of inspiration from a number of artists who made a personal contribution with their sound, and it's just amazing to hear how the set of tracks leads towards a uniform result, a sound born out of a deep and emotional union of intent.
A sequence of elements in perfect alignment in an attempt to give a vision of enchantment.

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released May 26, 2011

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