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forgotten future: W1 Interactive Online Experience – Ready for Your Exploration

February 17th 2017  || by  || Add Reply

Don't just listen to music. – Explore it.
The music of forgotten future is about layers, details and emotions. The aim of the interactive online music experience is to give you the opportunity to discover dozens upon dozens of layers, each full of intricate details, for every scene of the W1 journey. Not only you will encounter philosophical and aesthetic links between the visuals, sonics and emotional ingredients, you’ll also be able to create your own mix of them by using six faders that adjust the sonic, musical, visual and emotional subtleties of the music, the artwork and the multiversal concepts.

Get lost in discovering new details for your philosophical endeavors. Or, keep it minimal and create an ambient soundtrack as the sonic backdrop for your evening in the exhibition view —
the experience is yours to shape.


forgotten future: Breakthrough [Chroma Mix] on Colours II.

December 27th 2016  || by  || Add Reply
forgotten future: Breakthrough [Chroma Mix]

Colours II. featuring Breakthrough [Chroma Mix] on AstroPilot Music

Breakthrough has been one of the highest regarded track from the forgotten future: W1 album, and now Breakthrough [Chroma Mix] takes the lonely, deep cosmic voyage even further.

Exclusively produced for the Colours II. downtempo / psybient / psytrance compilation, this new forgotten future track builds on the original, but adds new sonic elements and an extended journey of almost 7 minutes. Offering 11 tracks from various artists, Colours II. is the latest in the successful compilation series, with tracks selected by AstroPilot.

Colours II. is out on December 31st, 2016. You can also preview and download Breakthrough [Chroma Mix] directly from AstroPilot Music.

forgotten future Subzero Festival performance released

August 25th 2016  || by  || Add Reply

The video of the 25-minute forgotten future set from this Summer’s Subzero Festival (San Jose, California) is now on YouTube. The performance features a live version of Energy Assembly, This Time Back to the Lucky Blue and Parallel Realities Epic Monk Remix.



forgotten future at Subzero Festival

June 1st 2016  || by  || Add Reply
Electronic music at the 9th SubZERO Festival, San Jose, California, June 2016

Electronic music at the 9th SubZERO Festival, San Jose, California, June 2016

Forgotten future will be performing at the 9th SubZERO Festival in San Jose, California, on Friday, June 3rd.

The 9:50pm set will include tracks both from the forgotten future: W1 and Realignment albums. Presented by Distortion Productions, the festival will feature various artists from the ambient, electro, tech house, experimental modular and other electronic music scenes. For the list of other performers and more info, visit Distortion Productions‘ website.



forgotten future: realignment released

April 12th 2016  || by  || 3 Comments
forgotten future: realignment EP

forgotten future: realignment [EP] – OUT NOW

We are happy to announce the release of forgotten future’s brand new EP, forgotten future: realignment.

Few fans have realized that the edge of forgotten future: W1 disc lists four additional tracks not actually included on the album – look close and you will find these four extra track titles. The new EP features these four original tracks, as well as remixes of three ff:W1 tracks by forgotten future and electronic music artist/DJs Cubricon and BrokenSine are featured on the EP.

Realignment is an auxiliary EP to the W1-W4 series. While this release isn’t yet the eagerly anticipated second album of the “W” series, it is an official part of the forgotten future multiverse. The 7-track album takes its place between the W1 and W2 albums of the concept series, completing the journey of W1 with the cutting-edge and spacey psybient / ambient organic electronic music that fans have come to expect from forgotten future.

The album is downloadable in digital formats, including a standard and a 24-bit 48Khz Studio Master edition. As a first for Creative Shop Music, the release is priced using the Pay-what-you-want model, allowing fans to download the album for the price of their choosing (which can even be free). The release date was chosen to commemorate two historical events: Gagarin’s “first human space flight” and NASA’s first space shuttle mission – both celebrating their anniversaries on April 12th.

[Press release]