Recent forgotten future interviews

March 10th 2016  || by  || Add Reply

Check out some of the recent articles and interviews with forgotten future:
 

John Diliberto of Echoes interviews forgotten future

John Diliberto of Echoes interviews forgotten future

Julius Dobos remembers the Future
(Feb. 2016 US-wide, on your local NPR station or Echoes affiliate)

The story of Julius’ journey from ’70s electronic music through film work to forgotten future. Hear about the ideas behind the concept in this interview with the leading US electronic music program.

“You might feel like you need a doctorate in philosophy and physics to understand Dobos’ forgotten future. Many of the concepts find him questioning culture, religion and science, including Darwinism.” – John Diliberto

Plugin Alliance interviews forgotten future / Julius Dobos

Plugin Alliance interviews forgotten future

In the Studio with Julius Dobos / forgotten future, Part 1
(March 2016, pluginalliance.com)

Join Julius in Studio CS as he is explaining his production workflow in the musical oven of forgotten future.

This interview includes a link to a special pre-release download of the track  Another Present from the upcoming album forgotten future: Realignment!

 

High Existence Magazine - forgotten future article

High Existence Magazine – forgotten future article

Forgotten future – Multiversal Belief System through Music
(Jan. 2016, in HighExistence Magazine)

Read about the philosophical and spiritual story that resulted in the birth of forgotten future

“My views don’t contradict these [various] religions: they rather focus on the larger picture than on the well-known stories and characters. I don’t really disagree with science either, I simply expand on (okay, also break) its rules in the name of progression – and in knowing that we actually know very, very little. In my idea of a Multiverse, Nature does have a central role, but it isn’t exclusively governed by the tiny percentage of laws that we have so far established based on documented experiences (i.e. science). But again, all of this doesn’t matter: the goal of forgotten future is to put its listeners in a sonic environment full of emotional details, which trigger personal memories and inspire the listeners to “wake up” and find their own answers to these questions.” – Julius Dobos

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