Album:  	The Study Of Change
Artist:  	COAM
Year:  	        2017
Genre / Style:  Electronic / New Age / Downtempo / Psybient

 The Study of Change is an album by electronic music artist Amit Marco, under his nom de plume of Coam, released by Mindspring Music on April 28. With seven tracks û Bun Bo Hue, Me Ya, All Of Life, Outspot, Inspiration Fields, Spectrum Of Love and 4 2 8 û The Study Of Change can be essentially categorized as a psybient music album, with flavors of chillout, psytrance and psydub. With a pronounced angle of colorful atmospheres, the album shapes in the nucleus of its effervescent ashes a labor of transient sonorous devices, disposed in fractal melodic tunes, that let all the harmonies go free throughout the simple universe upon which the rhythms manage their own expansive virtues. 

Interestingly, the melodies constantly reshape themselves in an inclined strand of hallucinatory angles, which oversees the work as a sensible and unpredictable symphony of delusional sequences, being withdrawn from a universe undergoing a beautiful metamorphosis. With a pronounced signature sound that comprehends meticulously the diagram of its own harmonic structure, The Study Of Change reveals itself all the way through as a whimsical record, underlined over a chemistry of rhythm and dissonance. 

A very peculiar album û certainly a milestone in the genre û, the energy that overflows from the melodies are undoubtedly monumental, and the poetic sensibility that undergoes its ostensibly fragile sympathies scores a horizon of highly dissolute sonorous tendencies, exceptionally compatible with the universe projected within the introspective nature of the work, perfectly aligned with the amorphous contiguous zone of flexible perceptions evoked by strength of its characteristic atmosphere.          

A formidable album that works in a very precise intuition several subgenres of electronica û masterly tying all of them together û The Study Of Change is a sensational album, that severely underlies a coherent set of musical patterns, overwhelmingly combined in a style that ably projects a world of dreams by the astoundingly monumental uniqueness of its sound. Certainly, this is a record that deserves to be heard over and over again, as it is a celebratory triumph that concerns the evolutionary development of a genre. A victory to be exalted for the years to come. Wagner ;

Number of Tracks: 7
Total Duration:   53:42
Total Size:       316 MBs (including scan, audiochecker, m3u, spectrums, and txt)
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TXT Created:  	  22 June 2019

01) Bun Bo Hue
02) Me Ya
03) All Of Life
04) Outspot
05) Inspiration Fields
06) Spectrum Of Love
07) 4 2 8
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