The Cosmic Garden "Sun Secrets” is a spaced out journey of electronic Krautrock/Ambient music.
What sets The Cosmic Garden apart from many other ambient/space artists is that every track on the album has its own distinctive feel.
Interstellar Waves opens up fairly intensely with dangerous drones and wails, echoing voices and a sudden echoing guitar chord before it breaks into a driving, rhythmic odyssey into deep space.
Abstieg In Die Unterwelt constantly evolves, through serene, piano-like music to shivering dark soundscapes to haunting voices.
From the intensely rhythmic Purpure Liquid Plejades to the spacious atmospheres of Munich 1969 – Summer of Love, the moods alter from one state to the next.
In Love With Rosy Rosy sounds like the lovechild of some lost experimental sci-fi movie soundtrack and some forgotten, early 90′s ambient techno excursion.
Im Tal Der Eremiten is a vast, ambient soundscape, full of mystery, from mist haunted hills to the depths of time and the cosmos.
Where Have All the Flowergirls Gone is a journey into mutant electronica with some crazy soloing in it.
Himalayan Space combines East Indian sounds with angelic space voices.
In short, there is some great music on Sun Secrets. Hints of exotic lands, myth and mystery collide with visions of interstellar realms. For lovers of Krautrock, ambient space music and experimental electronica, it is a feast for the ears.
released November 26, 2012
Recording & Production: Hypefactory Records, Munich, Germany 2012
All tracks copyright by The Cosmic Garden
Instruments: 12 string & 6 string acoustic guitars, electric guitars, sitar guitar, digital & analogue synths, piano, mellotron, bass, drums, percussion, voices, field recordings, sitar, glockenspiel
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