Announced: forgotten future.
Release Date in 2014. Preview on YouTube.

July 12th 2014  || by  || 1 Comment

UPDATE 07.12.2014
Julius’ new album is nearing the mixing phase, which will take place throughout the Summer. Today, a short video showing the production of a new track was published on YouTube. The title of the new work was also announced as forgotten future: W1.

According to Julius, the psybient / ambient-electronic work “will be the conceptually most important release so far in my career”. Be sure to check back often for updates and announcements about the new project.

ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE

SILICON VALLEY, CA / BUDAPEST, HUNGARY — Creative Shop Music has announced a planned 2013 release of a brand new concept work by composer Julius Dobos. The large-scale work in psybient / ambient-electronic style will encompass multiple album releases.

The composition and musical sound design process started in late 2009 and has been the main focus of Dobos since. The work is expected to be a reflection of Dobos’ philosophy about the relationship of Nature, Life, the Universe and music, touching on such intriguing subjects as the existence and relativity of space and time – expressed in music and sound. The first release in the series, while electronic in nature, will build on an organic feel and warm textures. The ambient yet rhythmically exciting music will feature lush soundscapes, complex, out-of-this-world sounds, haunting melodies, powerful emotions, instrumentation form minimal to grandiose, traveling through seven unique sonic landscapes.

The planned 2012 release date of the new work, which was first announced last year, has been delayed due to the relocation of Julius’ studio, however the production is now at full steam at Studio CS. No further details or samples have been released, and the title of the work has not been made public either.

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Find the original Press release here.


One Response to “Announced: forgotten future.
Release Date in 2014. Preview on YouTube.”

  1. Thomas Mendoza Says:

    I cannot wait for this album. Even if the rest of the tracks are half as good as this one, it will be just amazing!! I love that it’s ambient, it’s psy, it’s melodic, it’s rhythmic, and these are in such a perfect combination. And it has the build that most IDM music lacks.

    I would like to thank you for putting this video out. It’s cool to see Julius at creating his masterpiece. I wish there was more behind the scenes footage of him available. Very excited about Forgotten Future!

    - TMend


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