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|1.||"Train Station's Dustlight" (6:19)|
|2.||"Crepuscular Rays Over The Horizon" (6:33)|
|1.||"Motes In The Moonlight" (5:17)|
|2.||"Substorms On A Winter Night" (5:10)|
|3.||"Through The Zodiacal Cloud" (3:10)|
|1.||"Young Suns Of NGC 7129" (5:11)|
|2.||"The Great Attractor" (5:15)|
|3.||"Through The Sculptor Group" (5:43)|
|1.||"Laniakea's Redshift" (5:50)|
|2.||"The Observable Universe" (6:01)|
In certain techno circles, the release of a new Yagya album is a genuine event. The Icelandic producer's sporadic sets are never less than sublime, with his previous outing on Delsin, 2014's Sleepygirls, being particularly alluring. Like that set, Stars & Dust is an emotion-rich affair, fusing the glacial ambient soundscapes of Biosphere with the blazed, low-end pule of dub techno, and the saucer-eyed melodiousness of classic British IDM. The tracks shuffle between impeccable downtempo beauty (see the superb "Through The Zodiacal Cloud"), and gentle dancefloor thrust, with a clutch of head-in-the-clouds cuts in between. In other words, it's brilliant.
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