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NEW digitalTRAFFIC ALBUM RELEASE - future - FREE DOWNLOAD

2010 sees the release of digitalTRAFFICs album - future, an album of heavy electronica, soaring synth and noise wave distortion patterns. future refers to the destiny of the human race - to explore and conquer space. future features digitalTRAFFICs unique style in which heavy rock beats blend with a spectrum of dynamic sounds, distorted chord progressions and heavy ambient colour, all strung together with hypnotising sonic layers of sci-fi sounds and noise interference. Overall a lighter soundscape album than previous releases but features hyper-dynamic sonic peaks and subtonal elements.

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NEW digitalTRAFFIC ALBUM RELEASE - future - FREE DOWNLOAD


Introducing digitalTRAFFIC

2007-11-20 08:57:16 by digitalTRAFFIC
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digitalTRAFFIC create heavy electronic music soundscapes with a futuristic sci-fi industrial sound. The instrumentation is entirely electronic and the albums feature a mix of dark ambient aggressive tracks to lighter more classical influenced tracks.

digitalTRAFFIC albums range in styles, but feel very cohesive overall. The albums don't fall easily into any preconceived category, but should appeal to fans of heavy electronic / electronica, ambient / space music, orchestral electronica and experimental industrial soundscapes.

digitalTRAFFICs sound takes the listener on a journey through heavy electronic inspired soundtracks to dark ambient soundscapes. There is a distinct live feel to the albums - clouds of sounds over heavy rhythms - unusual in construction and production but with a natural flow. Classic digitalTRAFFIC sound throughout creating a sound palate of discordant layers and rhythms with a sci-fi edge. Perfect for all MP3 players.
Check out the latest albums egg, foetus, s pa cing theatre and id.

Thanks for taking the time to explore the digitalTRAFFIC sound - enjoy the tracks
all the very best
donaldo
digitalTRAFFIC
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Introducing digitalTRAFFIC