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«Download it. Listen to it. And if you feel like running (or imagining yourself running) at the end of spring's sunny days then you'll have a match.
Mild, often happy - not euphoric -, mid-tempo - not too slow and definitely not too fast. It’s a pleasant blend of moments, from pop music to experimental stuff. It’s pop for the non-pop listeners (Post-pop electronic music if you want to name it). It’s more about instruments than voice, which has a slightly metallic touch (post-human). The passages, approaches of structure, melody (usually strong without losing it’s environmental side) and effects are often exotic; they don’t sound like a band’s everyday meal - the end of "Before Guns" is a perfect example of an ingenious and surprising ending.
Good moods are likely to arise through unconventional ways.»
- Nuno Sousa e Silva

Downloads:

01 • Ancestors ................................................................................ pt us
  [3'30'' • 8,01Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
02 • When Are We .......................................................................... pt us
  [4'22'' • 9,99Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
03 • Shroud of Turin ...................................................................... pt us
  [4'21'' • 9,97Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
04 • Before Guns ............................................................................. pt us
[8'05'' • 18,5Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
05 • You Forgot to be You ............................................................... pt us
  [2'44'' • 6,27Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
06 • Here Comes the Cavalry ......................................................... pt us
  [6'30'' • 14,8Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
07 • Descendants ............................................................................ pt us
  [3'44'' • 8,56Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
08 • I Awoke the Dreamer .............................................................. pt us
  [3'59'' • 9,13Mb • 320 Kbps CBR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt us
  [PDF-Zip • 2,72Mb]
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 70,1Mb]

Reviews:

«Post Human Era’s Where I’m Going Half The Time is a pleasant contradiction in net label music. While most internet projects concentrate on rave beats, drones or experimental sounds, Post Human Era has a foot firmly set in melodic pop. Whispering vocals float over easy mid-tempo beats and Tears For Fears style keyboards. To say that many of the songs would fit comfortably on FM Radio doesn’t detract from its high quality and imaginative twists and turns. “Ancestors” and “When We Are” are well crafted electro-pop songs while “Shroud of Turin” is a hard driving rock instrumental. Other tracks such as “Here Comes The Cavarly” and “I Awoke The Dreamer” are a bit more experimental but overall this is an good album of accessible but creative music.»
- Free Albums Galore / September 11, 2007

«I really like it. Iits as though a bunch of my favorite bands got melted into one... the songs are varied yet carry the same pace. hope to hear more soon!.»
- Stephen [EARLabs] / August 18, 2007

«Post Human Era is a pleasant mix of pop music and experimental stuff. Both suitable for the non-pop listener and probably quite surprising for the listeners of Ö3, if this netlabel release were ever played on radio. The best piece is "Before Guns" - a silent, cathedral-like begin, than a sudden euphoric, energic sequence and a really surprising end. (...)
Enjoy! I recommend that you check out the other release by monocromatica´s testtube netlabel. I downloaded all of them so far and enjoy most of them - encompassing rock, pop and electronic music of course.»
- Add ++ Blog / August 10, 2007

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