With eleven tracks, being them All This Vastness, Voyager, Celestial, We Are Star Stuff, New Dimension, Black Hole, Descender, Frontier, Stellar Evolution, Remnants and Magnificent Desolation, the album Voyager is a deeply exhilarating voyage throughout the excellent, imperial, enjoyable and dominant vastness of the infinite universe, propelled by a sound vision where you can feel all the colorful harmonies that define delightful places unseen, that will touch, enchant, glorify and tranquilize your ears, in such astounding, free and wonderful ways, that you will explore sonorous depths and fascinating melodies as you had never done in your life before.
With pleasant, glorious, delightful and poetic harmonies, Voyager is a shocking, vibrating, enthusiastic and sincere space ambient experimental soundscape journey, being a marvelous experience in galactic harmony. Soft, calm, artistically sonorous, effusively poetic, and building sound sculpting notes on the layers of its rhythms, Voyager turned out to be a majestic and powerful album. Easily erupting boundaries on the genre, and consolidating experimental sonorous domains by the sentient feeling of an unknowable philosophy of transcendental poetry and magical despondency, confiding through the delicacy of its tracks an obscure, but resiliently expansive vastness, able to reach your mind, soul and heart, in the bilateral lines of the emotional realm of calmness that its sound evokes, Voyager can be considered a definite and remarkable masterpiece of the genre, with a great touch of poetry aligned paroxysm, deeply inserted at the core of its meaningful artistic proposals.
Yes, definitely the sound is beautiful. If space atmospheric ambient is your thing, you have to check it out on this one. A deeply impressive and definitive album, that will make you surrender to the glory of its beauty, the harmonies, balances and colorful outfits adorning the stars falling from the constant pace of its effusive correlation of rhythms will make you feel astounded when listening to it. One of the most remarkable albums I ever had the chance of listening in the genre, the poetic scale of the beauty involved on this work is simply beyond amazing. Transcendental at the most drafting soul revolving sphere of profoundly heartfelt meaningful anthropologic cosmogony, Voyager, by Outerstellar, feels like a fragmented soundscape of a lucid inter dimensional travel, intertwining delicate sonorous milligrams of minimalistic cosmic brans, with interchangeable barriers of detailed veils of harmonic points of convergence, decisively bestowing sentient devices to the inner reliability of a sound confluence that harmonizes the coherence of the proposition in question, with the acknowledgment of an artistry of surreal clarity.
Outerstellar’s ability to impose on his own creations different relations of rhythms incisively different from ordinary patterns of sound, previously mitigated by sensorial dreams lost in a permanent quest for originality, now express the majesty of his artistry in the absolute freedom of a very outstanding and creative process, aiming to reach a collision of arbitrary frequencies that will make you travel across the infinity of the space, and go back, to prepare for another journey. With amazing sound sequences, glorious harmonies of untimely intuitions and uncommon dimensions that navigate against the denying process of conspicuous lucidities, Voyager, the debut album by space orientated electronic English musician Outerstellar, definitely is an expansive and delightful journey throughout the cosmos. Inserting you in an unbreakable, philosophic and melodic sphere of transcendental calmness, Outerstellar politely invites you to go on a journey inside yourself, to reach the remarkable level of a cosmos you haven’t considered to exist. So embark on this fascinating trip towards the most precious and melodic elements of a sagacious and exceedingly vivacious space opera. You will be positively impressed with his work!