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  1. Vakarian

    Legowelt

    https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/legowelt-secrets-after-dreams
  2. An enchanting Legowelt LP for his long time acquaintance Mystic & Quantum records. First one in a new ‘spellweaver’ series of LPs. 7 ethereal compositions gleaming with poetic synthesis. Artwork by Danny Wolfers himself. VINYL Out end of 2019- early January 2020 100 COPIES VINYL PREORDER https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/legowelt-secrets-after-dreams Limited to 300 copies purple vinyl inner sleeves with artwork Artwork by Danny Wolfers Mastering By Alek Stark Concept by Vagon Brei SpellWeaver Series 001
  3. VINYL PREORDER: out 11/01/2019 https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/li-var-waves Limited to 300 copies white-grey marbled vinyl Music by Livar Særheim Artwork by Fred Gambino Mastering by Alek Stark Concept by Vagon Brei
  4. https://inverted-audio.com/premiere-timothy-j-fairplay-sad-magic/ A graded galactic voyager with no shortage of prod tricks up his sleeve, London-based analogue whizz and deft ambient-scaper Timothy J. Fairplay has developed an unmatched knack for building evocatively spacious sci-fi scenarii. Channeling the energies of giallo disco, electro and kosmische-indebted synth music, the British producer is now back to sail us off away from our reality-weary inertia. Conceived as the short soundtrack to an alien abduction mystery set in Chile, Fairplay’s latest for Spanish label Mystic & Quantum, ‘Skylark II‘, is a spitting sound image of the man’s keen telepathic aptitudes, much capable to beam a complete dancefloor up to Neptunian regions in a heartbeat. So does our premiere, ‘Sad Magic‘ – a nostalgic but punchy acid slab perfect for these moments when the sun goes down and blonde wigs-wearing extraterrestrial beings in disguise appear out of the blue to stick a computer-like device on your finger and tranquilly probe your soul from stem to stern. Y’know, right before you wake up in the middle of a field with no memory of what just happened to you…
  5. Out on the hard shoulder of Highway 3, close to the mountains, Pablo Mistral kneels by the rear of his truck, weak and immobilised, and unable to speak. Ahead of him near a grove of trees, a great luminous plate shaped object hangs motionless about six or seven metres from the ground. Close behind him three strange figures eye him fixedly. He watched the three beings as they stood looking at him for what felt like five minutes. ‘They were what looked like two men and a woman, all were blonde and their hair was combed back. All were roughly the same height and were all dressed alike. Very tight fitting leaden grey coloured one piece suits, three quarter length boots of a yellow colour like that of chamois leather, they had long gloves of the same yellow colour, and these reached half way up their arms. They wore no belts, nor helmets, nor anything else. They had no weapons. Their faces were like ours, but they had great wide foreheads and slightly protruded eyes that appeared to a emit a low blue glow which seemed to gently pulse in intensity. They were talking together in a language that was impossible to understand, it had no vowels, and sounded like a badly tuned radio, with squeaky sharp noises. One of them seized me by the collar and pulled me upright forcibly, but without violence. I tried to speak, but my voice would not come. While the one who had pulled me up held me, another put a device to the base of the index finger of my left hand. I got a good look at the device. It looked like some sort of small portable computer, and it had a nozzle which they applied to me for a few seconds. It did not hurt. When they took it away, I had two drops of blood on my finger. I think I fainted then, because I don’t remember anything else…’ ORDER https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/timothy-j-fairplay-skylark-ii Limited to 200 copies clear yellow vinyl inner sleeve with artwork Music done by Timothy J. Fairplay. Artwork by Fred Gambino Mastered by Alek Stark Concept by Vagon Brei
  6. few copies with the digital option too https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/francis-juno-platform-romance-lp
  7. last 4 copies of this amazing release found here! Be fast !!! https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/elektrobopacek-la-porte-math-matique
  8. bump for the summer. teaser of the next Lost Canvas Series
  9. package sent!, thanks a lot for the support! On the way more releases. For the moment: https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com cheers!
  10. hey there! found a box of 15 records of this one, so, if you want one , here is the link https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/merch/elektrobopacek-space-adventures
  11. Mystic & Quantum Lost Canvas Series 001. Release date: 07/2019 Limited to 200 copies Orange vinyl music done with modular synth recorded live by Oxynucid artwork by Fred Gambino inner sleeve with artwork Mastered by Alek Stark Concept by Vagon Brei https://mysticquantum.bandcamp.com/album/oxynucid-gyoza "A slow orange morning breaks on the glassy city, with the warmth of the New Sun not yet reaching the purple and blue architectures it has flooded with light. Airtaxis and the nightly auto-buses silently float by the window of our high-rise apartment, dutifully bringing to home and work the last of the crowds from the Jel Bars. A recently slept-in bed spills its silver sheets onto the tiled floor, and the digital clock at the bedside is still blinking four Xs after a generator blip. A deep, barely perceptible hum lingers beneath our feet, subtly surrounding us with a reminder that this is a built world, and not something so archaic as the Earth. A lot was said in the name of romancing what was lost when we left, twenty years ago, but no one could have known that those voices would so quickly be relegated to the part of your brain that remembers Shakespeare, wondering how tiresome it must have been to use your hands, and to write things on paper. How these fragments of the Old World were able to be recalled at all was a miracle of humanity's ability to deny the present and future, in favor of the past, and the monumental accomplishment of this ignorance far overshadowed whatever wisdom was presumably contained in those brittle, arcane pages."
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