℗ 2017 Papadosio Inc.
 

Pattern Integrities: Remixed

Papadosio

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1.1
Each and Every Wave (Bluetech Remix)
Papadosio
4:58
1.2
Euclidean Lights (Kalya Scintilla Remix)
Papadosio
6:54
1.3
Mr Turtles Cloud Kingdom (Aligning Minds Remix)
Papadosio
3:26
1.4
Omnifreeze (Living Light Remix)
Papadosio
6:33
1.5
Oblivion (Push/Pull Remix)
Papadosio
7:19
1.6
Vactrollio (Earthcry Remix)
Papadosio
5:03
1.7
Threes (Mister F 8 Bit Remix)
Papadosio
5:32
1.8
Euclidean Lights (Soulacybin Remix)
Papadosio
4:54
1.9
Omnifreeze (Futexture Remix)
Papadosio
4:41
1.10
Vactrollio (Erothyme Remix)
Papadosio
4:14
Total Playing Time    53:34
Falling somewhere between rock, jazz and electronic mayhem we find space rock. Papadosio strives to create music that is strangely familiar, and calls all walks of humanity to bask in a unique experience celebrating the one constant in an ever changing world: music. This album of remixes follows September 2016's Pattern Integrities, and enlist the help of friends and colleagues to bring new light to the albums sonic textures.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – 2017 Papadosio Inc. Studio Masters

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