Infinite Improbablilities

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“Infinite Improbabilities” – Real scientists love Hitchhiker’s Guide more than they do Star Wars because it’s pitched to them. They love the humor at any rate. The infinite improbability drive – if I correctly take it to be the inspiration for this track – has a more serious intent here. Echoes of “Drive” (Tomorrow’s World, but I’m guessing) in a few phrases are followed by a rapid percussive beat which could provide a high push to the business end of a space ship: or, in this case, the Quantum Drive of the Universe Builders. Our remote descendants must be getting ready to push onward to the farthest, most outlying probability strata.
I can’t get enough of this. Cinematic Grade A.

Review by George Miler, October 5th 2014
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The introduction of "Infinite Improbabilities" makes us revisit the dreamy moods of Flashpoint with a line of bass sequences of which the oscillations crawl under the charms of a synth to the singings flavored by the flutes of desert. A carpet of prisms covers this sneaky rhythm whereas the singings take on a dress of spectres. The ambiences are on the edge of the works from the psychotronic era with organic pulsations and threatening synth pads which depict the evolutionary rhythms of the Dream, periods Wavelength and Near Dark. Moreover it's about this album that I'm thinking when the percussions approach the moods with strong disordered strikes, turning upside down a passive rhythm which gesticulates like a poisoned skeleton before becoming as steady as the good passages of Near Dark. By far, the most fascinating track on “Quantum Earth” which at the end is a solid album of electronic rock to the trends always so futuristic.

Review by Sylvain Lupary for Synth & Sequences, October 17, 2014
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from Quantum Earth, released October 4, 2014
Composed and performed by Kuutana

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Sequential Dreams Gatineau, Québec

Instrumental music blending genres ranging from Ambient, New Age, through Berlin School and Electronic Rock.
With a rich melodic acoustic and electric guitars, that weave through intricate synthesizer sequences, pads, and leads -
grab a hold of the Rubicon and ride with us into the Stratosfear!
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