Voyage of Time

by Kösmonaut

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  • Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

    Digital album includes thirty high-definition pictures of each cover sleeve from the limited CD-R pressing, a video for "Into the Blood of the Sun," and an exclusive 20-minute bonus track "The Four Directions of the Universe."

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  • Reissued Limited-Edition CD In DVD Packaging

    Voyage of Time was originally released in a limited-edition batch of 15 CDR's (EMT002). Each copy featured two different cover sleeves designed by Brittany Pärk on recycled cardboard. They were hand-packaged and numbered. The first batch quickly sold-out, and in the Spring of 2012, EM Tapes reissued the album (EMT002b) on limited-edition CD, packaged in a DVD.

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"By and large what we've got here are densely layered motorik passages with minimal drum grooves and shuddering, stabbing, gliding synth tones. It's cosmic but focused too, with a real minimal touch despite the heavily layered sounds as they build up loops of texture and melody for a cerebral and involving head-nodding experience. There's not a misstep to be heard as they navigate their way successfully through the minefield of modern techno with supreme confidence and a real natural feel for texture and melody. If you got the LP then this is more spacey retro-futurist kraut techno for your far-out nighttime excursions; and if you missed out last time, don't let it happen again!" - Norman Records 2012.

Special-edition Norman Records bundle included bonus cassette tape.

Material recorded between July-September 2011.


released 20 September 2011

Cover Art design by Brittany Pärk



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Kösmonaut Denver, Colorado

21st century propulsive progressive electronics. Imagine a missing link between the sci-fi rockin explorations of Heldon and the cosmic sounding grooves of Tangerine Dream and Conrad Schnitzler.

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