If The Stars are Eternal so are You and I
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A post study to BT's critically acclaimed 2006 IDM/Classical masterpiece This Binary Universe, "If the Stars are Eternal so are You and I" leaves off where the "first major electronic work of the new millennium" ended. [Keyboard Magazine]. More than a sequel, #ITSAESAYAI is an exploitative work and extension of the techniques that inspired This Binary Universe.
Called by Apple "A virtuoso sound artist and a creator a new form of digital art", BT's #ITSAESAYAI weaves a intricate tapestry of soaring melodic figures cloaked in bleeding edge synthesis and signal processing techniques. A rapturously beautiful, electronic symphony.
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Lately though he's been producing much slower, more experimental ambient albums. This has disappointed many fans (to some extent, myself included) who revel in the energy of his earlier works.
In some ways, "If the Stars are Eternal ..." harks back to his first album, Ima, which was a bit slower and more laid back than later works. It also has some similarities to "This Binary Universe".
Overall, this is a more up-beat and (in places) up-tempo work than This Binary Universe and hangs together a bit better. It's more trancey than jazzy. So if you don't mind a laid-back ambient album in BT's style then you should be quite happy with it.
Essentially, BT has managed to strike a good balance between his desire to produce something ambient with just enough faster bits to keep listeners interested. But it still lacks a little something that his energetic dance tracks deliver, at least for this fan.
The soul striking melodies and airy sounds create an absolute perfect atmosphere for
meditative thinking and nerve relaxation.
Not as up-tempo as B.T.'s earlier releases like Movement in Still Life, This Binary Universe,
but absolutely perfect for calm surroundings.
I would recommend this for atmospheric rhythm in any spa or health clinic.