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Bolam
Lost in Time

Lost in Time

Artists

Bolam

Catno

SPACEDUST3

Formats

1x Vinyl 12"

Release date

Sep 26, 2022

Bolam is back on Space Dust with the 'Lost In Time' EP.

Bolam is back on Space Dust with the 'Lost In Time' EP, a continuation of the journey started with the widely acclaimed 'Suspended Animation'. Another well-rounded and diverse record dives into the wormhole with ’Moving Lights’, a high-energy affair propelled by filtering resonators and a haunting vocal. ’Ozone’ breaks through the stratosphere of a new world, a huge track with electro-inspired groove, booming kicks and a razor-sharp lead melody, creating a feeling of uncertainty and delirium with swelling pads and arpeggiators.

The B-side begins with the mysterious and epic, genre-defying anthem ’Air Tension’, enticing the listener into the strange new world with a chugging rhythm, tantalising textures and an indescribable melody that keeps you on the line between paranoia and euphoria. ’Bioluminescence’ descends into an alien jungle, with a hypnotic, dreamy, downtempo beat and iridescent synths and chords. Finally, as you lay down in the otherworldly glade, the record wraps up with the ethereal, ambient finisher, ‘2 Parsecs From Home’.

Available in 21 days

Sep 26, 2022

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

14.5€*

*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

A1

Moving Lights

A2

Ozone

B1

Air Tension

B2

Bioluminescense

B3

2 Parsecs from Home

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