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Kibu - Modern Day Myths album download
Performer: Kibu
Title: Modern Day Myths
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic
Style:Trance, Techno, House, Acid
Released: 1993
MP3 album szie: 1812 mb
FLAC album size: 1431 mb

Myths of the Near Future is the Mercury Prize-winning debut album by English band Klaxons. It was released on 29 January 2007 through Polydor Records. Myths of the Near Future contains re-recorded versions of "Gravity's Rainbow", "Atlantis to Interzone" and "Four Horsemen of 2012", along with the singles "Magick", "Golden Skans" and, most recently, "It's Not Over Yet". It is named after Myths of the Near Future, a collection of short stories by British writer J. G. Ballard.

Modern Myths Part of the Mythic Creatures exhibition. Become a Member . Modern Myths main content. Part of the Mythic Creatures exhibition. The terrifying chupacabra is a modern myth very much alive in the Americas. Thanks largely to television and the Internet, stories about the chupacabra and other modern mythic creatures spread quickly between communities, countries and even continents. And as mythic creatures take root in new settings, they often change to suit their new audiences. In some places, the chupacabra is a mysterious predator lurking in the forest; in others, it is a sensational, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, media creation.

Title: Modern Day Myths Performer: Kibu Год: 1993 Jun 10 Genre: Electronic music Style: Trance Techno This album was released on lable Rising High Records (catalog num RSN 64) Country: UK Duration: 09:17:29 Format of the release is: Vinyl, 12" Format/codec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps.

Modern Day Myth combines ancient, classical myths from around the world with modern identities.

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COMA by MODERN DAY BABYLON, released 22 February 2018 1. Sleeper 2. Dream Cycles 3. Coma 4. Timelapse 5. Otherside 6. Waves 7. Memory 8. Visions 9. Wake Up 10. Waves (Matt Holland REMIX). Pat Magee Their best release yet. It is apparent that these guys have grown so much musically, and let the djent scene influence them in all the best ways.

In the mythology of the Mabuiag people of the Torres Strait, Kibu mythology is the mythical land of the dead, believed to exist over the horizon far to the west.

In ancient times people made up stories, called myths, to explain things they didn’t understand. T-P-S: Based on your background knowledge, describe an example of a myth you have heard before. Many constellations are named for mythological characters, such as gods, goddesses, and heroes. Directions: 1. Choose a constellation from the list on the next slide 2. Think about the meaning of the name and how it could have gotten it’s name 3. Write a modern day myth using your constellation as the main character. You should include at least two other constellations as supporting characters. Your myth must be a paragraph!


A1 Pick Whistle
A2 Replay → A
A3 Search & Destroy
AA1 Gamma Rain Chant
AA2 P.O.2.
AA3 Replay → J


  • Producer, Written-By – Dave Campbell

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RSN 64 Kibu Modern Day Myths ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Rising High Records RSN 64 UK 1993
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Techno: Vintage. Very much in the mode of a UR release from the same period.A1: Stunning (Arty) Jeff Mills planetary soundscape intro, pause, then an aggressively catchy baseline, later mirrored by a synth, then the soundscape returns on top. Damn it's good and in many ways fresh as fook. I can't quite guarantee it's universal appeal but it really appeals to me. [GOLDTEN]A2: Cross between ULTRAMACK Anodyne's early work and UR 90's noodle techno in a horror movie. There's a drone bass that lurks in the shadows and add's a great deal interest. Not consistent enough though. [SEVEN]A3: Vintage bleepy acid techno. Though at odds with some of the creativity on show elsewhere. [SEVEN]B1: Another gorgeous intro in that Jeff Mills (B2-track) style dense synths with the sound of flowing water. The dull throbbing bass drum is layered with another ludicrously catchy acid synth loop. Then the word "GAMMA" is repeated like an african tribe returned from outer space. There's such cutting edge creativity going on here though I refer to it being at that time. Now it sounds like something that shouldn't be, a lost Red Planet b-side. [TEN]B2: Superior loopy techno that sounds like it was released in 1993. Not enough happening here for me, possibly suffering from not being a four track ep. [SIX]B3: Reprises some of the good work from the A2 track then heads off in full early 90's UR noodle mode. I always preferred the synths with broader strokes but if you like that style it's worth a listen. [SIX]