Ustoz : Soundtrack Without Movie.|
Emotive electronica formed from the modern world.
The debut Album "Soundtrack without movie" is a result of two-years' work and long
searching. What does the musician search: he searches for a sense of his
creativity. Why is the music necessary? To whom is it intended?
"Soundtrack without movie" is Ustoz's first attempt to answer these questions.
"This album is for those who wish to think whilst listening to the music. To reflect
on the meaning of their life, to think about their own place in this world and to
understand 'what is happiness'. I set these questions to myself whilst working on this album. I think this album, will be a fine background
(soundtrack) for reflections about life."
It is the citation which defines the
album's name. After all, our life is - as cinema, is one which always needs a soundtrack.
1. Clair De Lune
2. A Day On The Earth
3. Before The End
6. Play A Trump
7. Happy Toys
8. Ready For a Miracle (Extended Edit)
9. Blue Grass
10. Soundtrack Without Movie
11. Bahshi's Soul (Radio Edit)
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Release date: 7/3/2010
Ustoz lives in Tashkent Uzbekistan
Tagged as: Electronica, World, IDM, World Electronic
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