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Gurgamesh – Droplets Of The Divine

Free Music | Darkpsy, Psycore | June 24, 2015 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

Gurgamesh – Droplets Of The Divine
01 - Inner Exploration (176 BPM)
02 - Dreaming Awake (177 BPM)
03 - The Cube (178 BPM)
04 - Traveling Through Space And Time (180 BPM)

HorsePower Production is back with Droplets Of The Divine, a new release by Gurgamesh from the deepest reaches of the Swedish woods. This is dreamy, pure, and dark night-time forest music at peak intensity. Mastering by Murukhan @ HippyFlip Studios. Cover design and art by Shiva Ohm Art based on drawings by the lovely Emelie Larsson.

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Released under a Creative Commons license for noncommercial usage.


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  • SATORI says:


  • acid_botanist says:

    Bwa-ha-ha!! Gurgamesh keeps darkpsy alive (here on this site). Who the fuck are these people giving this music less than *****?

  • Trikoze says:

    One friend told me about Gurgamesh and gave me some tracks just before few months. The first thing i tought “is that some unrls tracks of Enichkin?”
    I am glad they are more people with such kind of deep fast sounds. And i really love all what i hear for now. I am happy now i see a new release and free!!!
    Also i am extra more interested, because its from Sweden :D

    Thank you for the music, Gurgamesh!

  • barm ehrm says:

    This is it! well served artist and label! thanks

  • Evan says:

    Great stuff! I think his best work yet!

  • Nymphomania says:

    This guy’s work has some nice ambience, but the production sounds like mud. Basslines aren’t very powerful, just a lot of clutter in the mix.

  • Leumas Fyzz says:

    Finally, some dark psychedelic trance that actually has some color, some melodic/harmonic ambience! I don’t know why this is not a more common element in this kind of music.

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