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Sonic Smash Press release – Geomatic / Lagowski releases new LP ‘Cosmochemistry’

June 16, 2013

Geomatic / Lagowski releases new LP 'Cosmochemistry'.

Geomatic/Lagowski ‘Cosmochemistry’ joint album

June 13, 2013

Geomatic/Lagowski – Cosmochemistry

Download available NOW via all major digital outlets (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon etc).

After over a year of collaboration, digital file exchange and solid determination, the magical union of Geomatic and Lagowski announce the release of their first audio collection, entitled ‘Cosmochemistry’. It is a result of their joint fascination with deep space, secret science and unknown forces that sees this perfect melding of deep beats, ultra low bass sequences and cinema grade atmospherics come to fruition.

There are many layers, seen and unseen, heard and yet to be heard, that exist in the multidimensional universe around us. Cosmochemical engineering fuses with ancient indecipherable codes via rhythm, texture and masked auditory stimuli. There are myriad dimensions we have yet to cross into. The ciphers to traversing these thresholds lie within the cinematic sound of Geomatic/Lagowski.

You will know Geomatic from their recent monumental works ‘Blue Beam’ on the French M-tronic label and ‘64 Light Years Away’ on the Tympanik Audio imprint. Previous to that, they released ‘Control Agents’ on Triumvirate.

Lagowski has released over 25 albums and ten 12” singles since 1987, under his own name and as S.E.T.I., Legion and as one half of Nagamatzu.

‘Cosmochemistry’ is available NOW as a digital download from all of the major download sites such as iTunes, Google Play Store, Amazon…..

Mastered by Dominique at Wolf Studios in Brixton, South London.

A CD version with two extra tracks will be released later in 2013 by the M-tronic label.

The Stack

December 27, 2005

Over the last week or so I’ve been burning cdrs of almost all of my releases and scanning the covers of past 12″ singles and cds. Some people may also have noticed that my tracks have been disappearing from various mp3 sites around the web. The reason is that a new deal is in the offing which will make all of my back catalogue available in digital formats (including iTunes) – something I’m very excited about as it means that future releases will have the possibility of being available as digital-only. While many, including myself, enjoy the physical nature of records and cds, there is no doubt that we are entering the networked entertainment era at full speed.

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