LGM​-​1

by HLER

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Cody Drasser
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Cody Drasser Amazing and hypnotic sounds derived from strange sources transports the listener from the more familiar terrestrial abodes into deep and distant locales beyond the realms of imagination. Words don’t do this astounding compilation justice so please, use the appropriate headphones/speakers for proper delivery of sound and sit back, close your eyes and allow the corporeal frame to surrender as the astral body leaves its prison-like confines for a journey beyond dimensions indescribable. Favorite track: PSR J0218+4232.
ricardlo
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ricardlo PSR J0218+4232 is amazing, very interesting sound, excellent HLER Favorite track: PSR J0218+4232.
crazymaja
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crazymaja Hugely fascinating! The perfect soundtrack to let our mind float and release all our thoughts. Makes you feel free and at the same time connected to everything known and unknown. Beautiful! Looking forward to hear more of this. Favorite track: PSR J0218+4232.
Iann Troalen
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Iann Troalen The more I listen to this album, the more I love it! Everything that happens happens naturally and takes us far into a parallel world! Congratulations on this excellent work! 🤘👽 Favorite track: PSR J1023+0038.
Sonologyst
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Sonologyst The perfect synthesis between space and time elements of drone music. Favorite track: PSR J18245-2452.
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The Universe is full of mysterious flashes in the sky called “fast radio bursts”. These bright bursts of radio waves shine for only a few milliseconds. In that instant, they release about a million times more energy than the Sun. Since their discovery in 2007, astronomers have found fewer than 20 – all coming from outside our galaxy, scattered randomly across the sky. But telescopes typically observe small patches of space at a time. If astronomers extrapolate to the entire sky, they estimate as many as 10,000 bursts could be flashing every day. And no one knows what they are. Scientists were searching for pulses of radio waves – from, for instance, rapidly-spinning neutron stars called Pulsars. These city-sized stars, as dense as an atomic nucleus, can spin more than a thousand times per second. As they rotate, they swing a beam of radiation around like a lighthouse, producing radio signals that appear as pulsating blips. But this one signal was weird. The signal was so bright that it saturated the electronics in the telescope. Starting in 2012, astronomers detected several more bursts using other telescopes, confirming that the signals really came from space. And not just anywhere in space. They are from outside our galaxy, maybe as far as billions of light years away, according to initial measurements of a phenomenon called the "dispersion effect". Radio bursts could be a sign of strange and new physics.

"When you are listening to the sound of pulsars, you are listening to actual star-size oscillators with the most minimal and longest lasting drones in the whole universe."
HLER

Recorded 2018-2019 by HLER, Finland.
hler.bandcamp.com
www.instagram.com/hlerdrone/
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CDr track list:

1) PSR J18245-2452
2) PSR J0633+0632
3) PSR J1023+0038
4) PSR J1311-3430
5) PSR J1836+5925
6) PSR J1744-1134

Tape track list:

Side A

1) PSR J18245-2452
2) PSR J0633+0632
3) PSR J1311-3430

Side B

1) PSR J1023+0038
2) PSR J1836+5925

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released January 30, 2020

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ZeroK is a label within the Unexplained Sounds Group network of aural disorientation. It's focused on deep and cinematic experimental ambient, along with a nod to scientific exploration and experimentation, as well as moods and feelings evoked by sci-fi imagery.

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Music by HLER
Artwork: Black Space Industry
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Mastering: Sonologyst
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ZeroK is focused on deep and cinematic experimental ambient, along with a nod to scientific exploration and experimentation, as well as moods and feelings evoked by sci-fi imagery.

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