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Ecometric – Archetypal Architecture

Free Music | Bass Music, Downtempo, Glitch | September 10, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Ecometric – Archetypal Architecture
01 - Archetypal Architecture (124 BPM)
02 - Blackberry (118 BPM)
03 - Clearing (120 BPM)
04 - Blackberry (Kalya Scintilla remix) (90 BPM)
05 - AmI (62 BPM)

Ecometric from California returns with Archetypal Architecture, a rousing collection of future glitch-tech on Merkaba Music. Charting new realms of deep, emotive, multi-layered bass music, Ecometric expands on previous works Vegitalista and Deep Forest Music with mystical tribal rhythms and arresting soundscapes. Mastering by AMB with cover artwork by Samuel Farrand.

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  • Engage_AUDIO! says:

    Just great, another good artist swept away in the shitty tide of “Bass Music”.

  • Sibling says:

    Really good, exactly what i look for when it comes to deep forest beat based music! should expect the best coming from Merkaba Music! Love it

  • mean_liar says:

    This was a great listen, start to finish. Thank you very much for making it, and I’m looking forward to any future work you might do.

  • Something Weird says:

    Glad I read Engage_AUDIO!’s comment and decided to give this a listen, as I have avoided anything labeled “Bass Music” ever since Ekto decided to change all of their dubstep (oh, excuse me all to Heaven, PSYstep) releases to fall under that category as well. I’m not hating on Ekto, I just don’t agree with some of these subgenre labels. It gets confusing, and sometimes disappointing. This is a terrific release, and I thank the artist, the label and Ekto for the free release! <3 :)

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