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Connect.Ohm - 9980 album

Connect.Ohm - 9980 album
Performer: Connect.Ohm
Title: 9980
Released: 2012
Country: France
Style: Ambient, Downtempo
Genre: Electro
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 855
MP3 size: 1663 mb
FLAC size: 1142 mb


Evolution 1:1 8:20
Snow Park 8:45
9980 8:05
Mol 9:01
Fossil 10:50
Take Off (Album Edit) 6:32
Gentle Perception 5:02
Time To Time By Time 7:53
Winter Sorrows 7:06


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
inre054 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(CD, Album, Mixed) Ultimae Records inre054 France 2012
inre054 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(10xFile, WAV) Ultimae Records inre054 France 2012
inre054 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album) Ultimae Records inre054 France 2012
inre054.2 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(2xLP, RE, RM) Ultimae Records inre054.2 France 2018
inre054.2 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 24b) Ultimae Records inre054.2 France 2018
inre054.2 Connect.Ohm 9980 ‎(CD, Album, Mixed, RE, RM) Ultimae Records inre054.2 France 2018

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Format: Vinyl LP x 2. Label: Ultimae Records. The nine tracks on 9980 compose a serene ballad in atmospheric realms where finely chiseled rhythms and fluid melodies are sustained by discreet downtempo grooves and deep drones. Koizumi’s widely spread, otherworldly, organic, sustained wizardry, compliments Scheffer’s spiraling, liquid, delicate yet sumptuous acid ambient type architecture.

Exclusive Prime pricing. I was take aback because I didn't expect the kinds of beats/percussion that permeated the album. In particular, I fell in love with the track '9980', which had remnants of the sound of 'Gentle Perception'. Over all, it is a great album. Ultimae really knows how to pick their artists, huh?

You may like: Connect. The album art always give me goosebumps It's like myself in the year 2169 with robotic eye facing upward with this album.

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Ohm - 9980 (Full Album HQ) Connect. terri night remember. you ll never find another love like mine kenny summit frankie knuckles eric kupper remix. trees in eternity broken mirrors. trees in eternity sinking in ships. floetry feat mos def.

Listen free to Connect. Ohm – 9980 (Evolution 1:1, Snow Park and more). Ultimae proudly presents Connect. The composers discovered each other's work through solo albums previously released on Ultimae, and on a brief meeting in Paris in 2011 decided to blend their worlds of sounds and textures. Connect to this site.

Ohm Album: 9980 Released: 2012 Genre: Electronica Tracklist: 1. Evolution 1:1 0:00 2. Snow Park 8:32 3. 9980 17:34 4. Mol 25:44 5. Connect. Ohm - 9980 (Full Album HQ)Brownian Motion. Music: Snow Park by Connect. Slowed to about half speed. OHM - 9980 - 03 9980ultimae records. 11 months ago. Extract from Connect. Ohm - 9980 P & C 2012 Ultimae ultimae. Mol - Music by Connect. Ohm, Visual Music by ChaoticKen Scott.

Replacements have a slightly different matrix number and more coloured labels- wich I like more than the original ones.
Replacement for my original purchase arrived today (inner sleeve only). Souds fine, no complaints here and great service from Ultimae!
Heard from Ultimae that the repress is on its way.
It is officially out and ready for purchase, link here: https://ultimae.com/product/connect-ohm-9980-ultimae-vinyl-2xlp/
Heard back from Ultimae indicating that they may repress, fingers crossed..
But if anyone is looking to part with their copy now, pm and i'll gladly take it off your hands.
Like practically all Ultimae releases that have been remastered, the original was perfectly fine. Luckily this album sees the least amount of changes in its sound. Comparing waveforms side-by-side this re-issue is slightly brighter and perhaps ever so slightly less dynamic, but you're not going to notice unless you directly compare them. Even then the differences in sound are super subtle (this is good).As for the artwork, when Ultimae announced this was getting re-released I was expecting the old artwork but with the title in the upper right. This black & white aesthetic Ultimae has seemingly adopted is a strange decision. The photography selected for this album in particular is much more suited for something darker like "Far & Off". Here it doesn't fit the aesthetic of "9980" at all.
Ultimae's new black-and-white cover designs are bland and ugly. The original digipak looked much nicer. Although this is remastered, the differences are almost too subtle to perceive.
For me, this is best modern release from this genre. I think it's more solid and satisfying whole than anything by those most popular futuristic ambient downtempo artists such as Carbon Based Lifeforms, Solar Fields or Aes Dana (which are also worth listening). There're no distracting moments or cringe worthy ethnic gimmicks, just 73 minutes of pure, cleanest of tones, deep bass and sustained pads. I hear a lot of familiarity with Global Communication's 76:14
Fantastic album! I felt Hybrid Leisureland and Cell's previous albums "Scroll Slide" and "Hanging Masses" were rather lacking, but here the best aspects of each artist come together and mesh perfectly. Increadibly smooth, melodic, and calming soundscapes.The artwork for the digipak is beautiful as well. Highly recommended!Favourite track - "Fossil"
This album is certainly my favorite from the 2012-2014 period of Ultimae. Better than Asura's or Aes Dana's offerings from that period, and the reason is that here, you are absolutely submerged into gentle sounds, flowing so perfectly together that you can't feel how time passes by. The album must be enjoyed as a whole to experience the most of it. Amazing to listen to also while reading a book or in any relaxing activity. Cell and Hybrid Leisureland crafted a wonderful work!
Amazing incredible fabulous album!!melodic, spacey, foggy... somehow a little bit innovative because of the shorter tracks (more like 5-6 min each instead of the usual 7-9 mins). So an accessible yet magnificent ambient album, incredibly enjoyable. Guys... I'm running out of superlative adjectives here.... ;-)First part of the album is outstanding (tracks 1 to 6), the ending is less striking, more minimalistic, yet still lovable. You can sometimes tell the difference in track composition between the two authors: Cell and Hybrid leisureland. It's interesting how their style mixes: some tracks are exclusive compositions by cell, others are by H.L., but the majority is a collaboration of both. Cell tracks tend to be more melodic, HL tend to be more minimalistic, with a gentler tone. The combination of both is just awesome, and it's cool to see how sometimes their style mixes so well you can't really tell. 10/10 for me. One of the ambien albums of th year 2012.
Aural beauty. Tonal brilliance. Subtle genius. Expansive atmospheres. A way of seeing the world that reverberates with profundity...This album is a sheer delight, simple as that. All the tracks are amazing, though I'm particularly obsessed with Snow Park, Fossil, and Mol at the moment. Again, though, the whole album is a wonderful journey, and I encourage you to take it. Well done, gentlemen. I hope to hear more from Connect.Ohm in the future!:)
[Editor's Note: This review was written on October 29th, 2012, just a few hours before Hurricane Sandy has hit the coast of New Jersey and New York. Today is February 1st, 2013 - it took me almost three months to publish these words. I'm not sure if there is a particular reason behind that or what the connection is between the music and that devastating event. Perhaps I've been trying to suppress those memories. Instead I choose to not over analyze and share with you this great music. ~HC]It’s still a few hours away from the time when Hurricane Sandy makes its final landfall on the south coast of New Jersey. The news channels have turned the broadcast into an apocalyptic blockbuster showcase, their intensifying reports approaching the edges of hysteria. The worst is not over, but at least it won’t be as bad as I thought. All I can do now is wait. I’ve been listening to a lot of dark and depressing music all day. By the evening the mood has finally caught up with me and now I need a little pick-me-up. And nothing reminds me more of an uplifting (dare I say ‘spiritual’) experience, like a new album from Ultimae Records.I’ve been listening to Ultimae since 2005. I first discovered the Lyon (France) based label in the morning hours of my outdoor music festival days. These days felt like freedom, enlightenment and true awakening. But although I speak of those days in the past, I can always rely on the music to bring back that feeling, and know that it is truly here, in the now. Ultimae was founded in 2000 by Sandrine Gryson (aka Sunbeam and Mahiane) and Vincent Villuis (aka Aes Dana). Their catalog of downtempo, psychill and psybient music continues to dominate my yearly Best Of charts, in the Music For Awakened Spirits And Open Minds selections. The label surpasses all expectations, tirelessly signing new acts and promoting a unique sound of early morning beats. This is where I talk about Connect.Ohm. Although the moniker at first appears to be a brand new act, it is indeed a collaboration between two known composers previously appearing on the label: Tokyo based Hidetoshi Koizumi (aka Hybrid Leisureland) [see Scroll Slide (2010)] and Paris based Alexandre Scheffer (aka Cell) [see Hanging Masses (2009) and Headphone Commute's Interview with Cell] In fact, the two musicians have discovered each other through their respective releases on Ultimae, and after meeting in person, decided to collaborate on a new project.The outcome is subtle and emotive. The nine tracks released on 9980 compose a ballad in atmospheric realms where finely chiseled rhythms and fluid melodies are sustained by discreet downtempo grooves and deep drones. A pure delight for vast soundscapes audiophiles.An audiophiles delight indeed! Crystal clear tones submerged in some pure modulated soundscapes are hovering in the stereo field of my headphones as I write this review. The attention to miniature detail is only surpassed by the careful manipulation of the frequencies – each living in its own space. Atmospherics float in that uplifting manner I was craving for, carrying me through tranquil, stillness and calm. And when they bass drops with glitchy rhythms and beat, I fall through the darkness behind my eyelids and all I could see now is blue. Aural euphoria may not be the right phrase, but it’s the first phrase that I see drift by. Sounds flutter like glowing insects in the night sky of sonic vastness. And in that grand and endless space I watch the life unfold. As always, packaged in a glossy three-part booksleeve digipack, the release comes with a 16-page booklet, featuring gorgeous photography for each of the nine tracks on the album, and shots of Scheffer and Koizumi. With Vincent Villuis’ mastering touch, this album will surely turn out a favorite for fans of Asura, James Murray, I Awake, Hol Baumann and Solar Fields. This is a must, and you know it…
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