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Zeitlos (Repress)

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Tomas Weiss - Zeitlos (Repress + Remastered)

:: limited Repress + Remastered Version of the highly respected "Zeitlos" album
:: the first 25 copies comes as a hand-numbered CD - only as long as stock lasts
:: ultra deep and warm Ambient Music - be sure to check out the great reviews below

The artwork is taken from the release on Bandcamp - it´s linked to identify the corresponding album. The CD release comes with a special „Avision" label cover including additional information on the back.

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Tomas Weiss is rather known for his numerous collaborative projects with Anthony Paul Kerby or Mathias Grassow, but he has already left strong track also with his solo works. After exuberantly flavored solo album "Dato" released on Databloem back in 2011, German mastermind Tomas Weiss returns to ultra deep dronescaping paradise with his "Zeitlos" album, released at the end of November 2013 on Musical Philosophy label, of El Culto family. A black CDr packaged in a tasteful 4-panel digipak with impressive artwork by El Culto's frequent designing expert Jesse Harrison, which immediately sets the atmosphere for the upcoming "Timeless" journey.

"Zeitlos" is activated by "Alignment", a nearly 12 minutes long opus with heavy flatline dronescapade magnified by wide range of factory and urban surges, rumbles and sighs, which are intricately contrasted with serenely evocative cushions. Colossally immersing mindscape masterfully displaying all the drone wizardry of its protagonist. Bravo, Tomas!!! So no wonder it's absolutely impossible to notice the beginning of the next piece, "Through Realms". The seamless transition works totally punctilious and the track title loses its meaning in this case, because I am already beyond the gates of drone splendor. Thus intensely packed soundwalls keep on embracing before they fade away into tranquilly relieving finale. Yes, this time the next composition can be even recognized, but don't expect any escape, because "Near Nothing" comes and as its title indicates, the listener is continuously taken into magnificently expansive, free-drifting spheres, toward the end stunningly merged with subtle sonic crescendos. I suppose they announce the next piece, "Foundation", which immediately dives into gorgeously warm and grandiose transitions, where monochromous dronescape becomes more tangible and roams with infinite grace through spectacular traverses and spellbinding vistas. An all-inclusive drone scenario goes on!!! "Liminal Traces" keeps the intensity, but it smoothly amalgamates assorted high-tech noises, ominous fragments and undulating twinkles. "Absence" dives into subterranean chasm, where warmly immersing drone immenseness is virtuosically bridged with mysterious shimmers, hummed winds and cybernetic bleeps. Soothingly floating passages are splendidly confronted with exquisitely artificial cascades and permeated by distinctively exotic fragrances. An ultimate drone tour de force!!! "Chronos" drifts straightaway into monstrously intense and magnificently evocative infinite realms, guarded by celestial choir-like drones and ingeniously reinforced by the use of various distant rumbles, which pierce through powerfully expansive megalithic forefronts. Totally breathtaking!!! Then comes the ending title track "Zeitlos", with 13 and half minutes the longest piece. Meandering through gorgeously yearning terrains, spiced by deeply poignant strings and organic subtleties. This closing opus couldn't have been more expressive, a grand finale indeed!!!

"Zeitlos" is another highly refined work by Tomas Weiss, thrillingly exhibiting his creative force, and undoubtedly one of the most mindscaping drone works of 2013!!! So don't miss another big one from El Culto labs and also make sure to explore extended, 60 minutes long version of the title track, entitled "Zeitlos (Sleep Edition)". Released in February 2014 as a black CDr in cardsleeve. You simply can't ask for a better deal from this German dronescaper!!!" (Richard Gürtler - Slovakia)

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"Zeitlos is Tomas Weiss' first solo album on the Musical Philosophy label. The release follows up the great Dagaz album by Mathias Grassow. The label is releasing some of the deepest and best drone / ambient around at the moment. Tomas and Mathias have collaborated much over the years, and it has been difficult to separate them musically when it comes to deep ambient soundscapes. On Zeitlos Tomas steps out from the shadows, and shows his own quality as a creative force. The first track is like an invitation to reflection. The sound is warm and soothing. Deep drones and semi-melodic lines which add an emotional quality to the music. It creates spaces for relaxation and well-being. The album continues with darker and slightly more aggressive sounds. But it never leaves the warm expansive drones. There are a lot of details on the album, with rumbling sounds in the distance and layer upon layer with pads. The different tracks suggest different stages in a cohesive whole experience. Uninterrupted it moves through states of light and darkness, and from optimistic to melancholic emotions. The album completes the circle with a beautiful emotional track. With Zeitlos Tomas succeeds in some way to merge consciousness and emotions. The album is potentially mind-expanding.

The depth of the album can only be limited by what the listener brings to the table. The originality of the album leaves me impressed as a listener. The emotional quality and expert sound quality make Zeitlos a real ear candy. This music is ideal for contemplation. It can function as a tool to release stress and to find psychological balance. Tomas proves he is a mature ambient composer on his own. The influence of Mathias Grassow is apparent. Another reference might be Anthony Paul Kerby. You can find traces from his Nunc Stans project on this album. And that is a good thing. The album is an essential release from the el culto platform. Highly Recommended." (Geir Fagervik - Norway)

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" Zeitlos” translates into "timeless", and it is likely that this album will remain so. Tomas Weiss, master of his subject, welcomes us with grace and distinction through the evocative title "Alignment". Even if the airy music gives us a pervasive and powerful feeling... the track is fluid and invites us to open ourselves to the world of his experimental journey, discovering the absolute.

"Through Realms"… The transition to this title is just perfect ... always under the same continuous airy effect, giving the impression that the music here is layered with additional musical arrangements, contemplation is the "main word", that feeling of deep meditation and managing to leave the body... at first listen, no one can remain indifferent or uninterested in this undeniable perfection...

"Near Nothing" …The track has a more spiritual feeling, a continuation of the first two tracks, a nice sense of peace, of wonder ... Near Nothing reveals another aspect of this album, the effects remain well controlled and hold our attention, like a dash used in poetry, to better understand the work…

"Foundation"… Unquestionably the most melodious passage in Zeitlos ... few minutes that invite to tenderness... Foundation seems to reconcile us with our emotions, such a journey accomplished, Tomas has reached magnificence, offering us this true " pillar of creation" that this title is ... refinement, the artist, the composer here reveals the most intimate side of the album ...

"Liminal Traces" …more "cathedral-like" sounds represent the basis of Liminal Traces, being skillfully orchestrated with effects that give a particularly original composition to this track... the title is simple, the mixes are perfectly successful...

"Absence"…we can subtly divide this section into two parts ... the first will prove to be relatively ambiguous, enigmatic ... the second most "grounded" ... Absence is a marvel, however, difficult to categorize, originality does not remove the quality of this composition. Absence occupies a crucial and central place on this album...

"Chronos"… Gods of time and destiny... here, Tomas gives us probably one of his best compositions ever... the title carries the weight of all of this work as in the times of the Greek gods. Superbly played, impressive to listen to, Chronos exudes an awesome power, the composer is fully able to transmit a set of emotions with excellence. Personally, I wish this track would have never ended... it inspires in me a feeling of respect and perfection...

"Zeitlos"… completes this very successful album with delicacy and ultimate emotion. The sound flows pensively and perpetually, extending to infinity, like the rest of this work which is also open to an infinity of interpretations, composed with talent and skill." (Jean Canonne - Belgium)