Cosmic Embryo Electronica
Electronica, techno cross genre psychedelic, hard, soft. Tweaked world of frequency modulation, prominent straight kicks blended with syncopated beats. Also a few breaks and back beats.
A 12 track album where most songs are based on a straight 4/4 kick with the syncopated back beats lingering behind or merging with e main beat. With the Cosmic Embryo Electronica album Qubenzis musically describes a world built of melodically darker themes. With the exception of the almost romantic "Symbiosis Theme" melody and, not to forget the forever cruising ambiance album title track "Cosmic Embryo".
- 01 – 03.27min, 122bpm: 01 Symbiosis Prelude
- 02 – 05:49min, 140bpm: Symbiosis Theme
- 03 – 06:24min, 140bpm: Elastic Fireworks
- 04 – 09:14min, 140bpm: Madoner
- 05 – 06:16min, 140bpm: mr. GREY
- 06 – 07:48min, 140bpm: Ghotic Chabda
- 07 – 05:17min, 140bpm: Break And Bass (chill)
- 08 – 09:25min, 140bpm: Shakti Chabda II
- 09 – 06:24min, 122bpm: Electric Orbit
- 10 – 09:38min, 140bpm: E-Flow
- 11 – 04:57min, 140bpm: Deep Transients
- 12 – 11:09min, 120bpm: Cosmic Embryo
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01 – 03.27min, 122bpm: 01 Symbiosis Prelude
This is the ‘Big Kick’ introduction to theme one, or to anything (just get the bpm right). Electronically tweaked overtones (Clavia Nord is amazing..!) grinding their way into the brains of the sometimes confound listener.
02 – 05:49min, 140bpm: Symbiosis Theme
The vision is some Japanese or east European animated cartoonist getting off on this track (where are you?). Seriously, I scare myself when this kind of music pops out of the computer.
03 – 06:24min, 140bpm: Elastic Fireworks
Tweaked bubbly and delayed electro snare. The big and tight 4×4 kick carries this number through.
04 – 09:14min, 140bpm: Madoner
Very Londonish (I’ve never been there really, but anyway…). Technological and at a point the backwards reverse effects seriously kicks in. You definitely don’t need drugs to get the point with this beat. Did I mention that playing this stuff VERY LOUD might create some kind of addiction.
05 – 06:16min, 140bpm: mr. GREY
Another rather dark groove. Float.. big beat and more float. And when it really takes off when the floating feeling really starts to… Linear 4×4 rhythm, low spectrum frequencies carried by very very analogue thick homogeneous sounds.
06 – 07:48min, 140bpm: Ghotic Chabda
The term ‘Gothic’ indicates the mood of this track. Clearly a favourite of mine, though NOT full on trance. Obscured voice samples. Killing Joke fans might like this song.. or hate it! Perhaps I brought some of the black beach i visited on Iceland into it..?
07 – 05:17min, 140bpm: Break And Bass (chill)
To soft for being ‘real’ drum and bass. Yet the analogue synth (Clavia Nord Modular) bass line is broken and wicked :). Method for bass is ‘Cubase sequenced midi tweaking’ (MIDI geeks will understand..)
08 – 09:25min, 140bpm: Shakti Chabda II
Slow minimal percussive progression into a sort of dreamy, melodic ambiance (second half). Very tight kick with a reversed hihat ‘sucking’ you into the beat. Ultra thick repetitive analogue synth (wicked) bass line
09 – 06:24min, 122bpm: Electric Orbit
“Minimal” in the world of Qubenzis doesn’t have to mean “light”! Distinctively heavy, low frequency-spectrum seductive electro funk groove. (This freaks me out, first making the music, then EXPLAINING it with words.
10 – 09:38min, 140bpm: E-Flow
This percussion ‘ecstatic beat’ brings you through a multitude of different rooms. From very dry to absolutely max reverb-hall type effects. From here to very very far.. away?
11 – 04:57min, 140bpm: Deep Transients
Another large sounding ‘ass kicking’ industrial beat. No ‘melodies’! No ‘notes’! Sound-shaping. Calls for the listeners attention. Whether liking it or not.
12 – 11:09min, 120bpm: Cosmic Embryo
The ‘ big blue’ feel. Strong analogue synth melody. Slow progression transforming into heavy big beat. Charged atmospheric sounds, vague radio communication voices
Cosmic Embryo Music video