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DeepChord Presents Echospace - Silent World flac
Performer: DeepChord Presents Echospace
Title: Silent World
Label: echospace [detroit]
Country: US
Released: 24 Jul 2012
Style: Field Recording, Dub Techno, Experimental, Ambient
Cat: 313-LP-2, 313LP2
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2751 mb | MP3 size: 1641 mb | WMA size: 2488 mb
Genre: Electronic

2Ghost Theory
3Soundtrack For The Motion Picture "Silent World"71:12
6Theme For Silent World
8BCN Dub (Original)


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
echospace [detroit] 313-LP-2DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Silent World (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320)echospace [detroit]echospace [detroit] 313-LP-2US2012
echospace [detroit] 313-LP-2DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Silent World (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(11xFile, FLAC, Album)echospace [detroit]echospace [detroit] 313-LP-2US2012
313LP2DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Soundtrack For The Motion Picture "Silent World" ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed)echospace [detroit]313LP2US2012
313LP2, IMFYL037DeepChord Presents Echospace DeepChord Presents Echospace - Soundtrack For The Motion Picture "Silent World" ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed)echospace [detroit], Music 4 Your Legs313LP2, IMFYL037Japan2012


  • Graphics, Layout, DesignSteven Hitchell
  • Lacquer Cut ByPCMJR
  • Photography ByRod Modell
  • PresenterDeepChord
  • Written-By, ProducerRod Modell, Steven Hitchell


Released as a triple LP set with matte finished over sized LP sleeve, black inners, all housed in a resealable poly sleeve. Pressed on 160 Gram, splattered mixed color vinyl. Contains the audio CD housed in a gloss finished card stock sleeve. The vinyl colors differ quite substantially from copy to copy.

Limited Edition of 500.
Catalog number 313-LP-2 on spine, 313LP2 above barcode.

From the liner notes:

Sonic Theory:
“Silence is where enlightenment exists. Doing nothing, thinking nothing, resisting nothing, we are expressing pure self to self. It is in solitude that we are able to understand our own enlightenment. Only in silence, we can acknowledge and release modules of our consciousness that lead to unhappiness. In these mystical quiet-zones, we become whole. Transformation is possible only in the sacred realm of silence."...... "Atmospheric elements composed with snapshots of normally unheard sonic worlds. Captured with hydrophones, piezo-electric transducers, wind harps, and binaural dummy-head microphones, these phonographs were further accentuated with proprietary processing to reveal even deeper layers, then blended with care to retain the full mystical element in the source recordings.”

Engineered, Mixed and Mastered in Echospace. [C] + [P] by Echospace [Detroit] USA.

The vinyl tracklisting only appears on the back cover and is inconsistent with the actual content, as side B has only one track listed, Rippling, while in reality two tracks are present, and side D is listed with two tracks, D1 Orbiting D2 In Echospace (Original Version), when there is only one track.


  • Barcode (Scanned): 711623406215
  • Barcode (Text): 711623 40621 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-A PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-B PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-C PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-D PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-E PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F, hand-etched): Echospace (Detroit) 313LP2-F PCMJR ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): Silent World A01140000357
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT002
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI TAR66


  • Distributed By – Rubadub
  • Distributed By – Forced Exposure
  • Distributed By – Disk Union
  • Copyright (c) – echospace [detroit]
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – echospace [detroit]
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Mastered At – Echospace
  • Mixed At – Echospace
  • Engineered At – Echospace



DeepChord Presents Echospace - the coldest season - Продолжительность: 1:19:58. T Flight: Zurich to Locarno Switzerland. DeepChord and Echospace always were my personal number one together with mostly Chain Reaction releases so I will try to be brief It's amazing Lisbon was the coolest track I heard through whole summer 2012. It offers the cd version, the tracks in unmixed format, 2 live versions and a bonus track Hydrodinamics. This is the first new album from the Echospace duo since the critically-acclaimed Liumin double album. The sonic structure of this album was the basis for what later became Liumin, but this exploration is something altogether different, left untreated and unprocessed from its original 12 tape to preserve the natural organic state of the recording. Atmospheric elements composed with snapshots of normally unheard sonic worlds. Captured with hydroph. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Includes digital exclusive content not featured on the physical LP or CD releases. Purchasable with gift card. Listen to music from DeepChord presents Echospace like Summer Haze, In Echospace & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from DeepChord presents - DeepChord Presents Echospace - In Echospace Original Version - 10:40 02 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Lisbon - 11:44 03 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Rippling - 09:20 04 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - BCN Dub Original - 13:20 05 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Orbiting - 07:04 06 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Hydrodynamics - 14:38 07 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Theme For Silent World - 11:16 08 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Ghost Theory -. 10:55 09 - DeepChord Presents Echospace - Lisbon Live Version - 10:52 10 - DeepChord Presents. Silent World. Critic Score. User Score. Based on 1 rating. Submit Correction. LP, Format. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. The Coldest Season. Live In Detroit. Album 2007 9 Songs. More By Deepchord. Vantage Isle Sessions. Vibrational Studies In Echospace, Symbolism In Transition - Single. 2010: Liumin as Deepchord Presents Echospace. 2011: Hash-Bar Loops as Deepchord Soma. 2012: Silent World as Deepchord Presents Echospace Echospace. 2012: Sommer as Deepchord Soma. 2014: Yagya and Deepchord: Redesigns Remixes of ambient tracks by Yagya Subwax. DeepChord Presents Echospace - Silent World - Marbled vinyl 3xLP CD in sleeve Condition: Used. Time left: 1d 10h 8m 42s Ships to: Worldwide. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 78 out of 100 all tracks have been rated. Sort by. Track Number

Comments (30)
Lahorns Gods
I have to agree with the praise, here. This release is top-class from packaging to production to mastering. It fills the entire room its playing with, with clouds of subtle beats and hazy tones. Just gorgeous. Don't hesitate on this one, folks.
The biggest downside of owning this is the fact, that there is no live edit of Lisbon on the vinyl. Nevertheless, this is solid, hypnotic without overwhelming darkness, field recording infused dub techno.
Yellow Judge
Lovely work and concept masterfully executed.. recording quality and sonic pallet second to none.. 'Lisbon' originally drew me into the album, but I then discovered all the other tracks were equally as unique and heady trips. 'Orbiting' may be my favorite on here. It creates this instant feeling of being really high or in state of bliss/perfect chillness, always want to play this one twiceAs others have said 'Ghost Theory' on the vinyl is incorrectly titled, it is 'Lisbon Live' (I confirmed this buy going to purchase the actual ghost theory on bookmat which is a different track, i was really hoping to be on wax) but still all tracks are top.. this is a damn special piece of music here.. no reason to sleep on having it in your collection.
Finally got around to listening to this one. Damn this is good. Some of their best work here.
To this day still one of my favorite releases on echospace, if you like electronic music in any respect his is a must have!
Lovely. Truly.
Click on the link next to the rating to see a list of those who are shamelessly inflating it by giving 5 stars to multiple "versions" of this release (often all of them).Pretty easy to pull 4.89 rating with enough minions pulling this nonsense. Nice marketing strategy.
every release in the database is like this that has a master release. minions... what a joker!
because all versions deserve a 5 star rating
DeepChord and Echospace always were my personal number one together with mostly Chain Reaction releases so I will try to be brief!It's amazing! "Lisbon" was the coolest track I heard through whole summer 2012! This IS summer, friends! And it will keep this status in the next time for sure imo!Another favourite of mine is "Orbiting". A track, I really can't classify, it's more dark or sunny. It fits in every mood. And these are the best tracks!I mean those, where you can dance your fucking heads off in a cool club on a big soundsystem or you can listen to them quietly in the background, when you clean your dishes at home!Bravo Rod & Stephen. Another masterpiece!
imo there is a mistake with the track Ghost Theory, on the vinyl it's actually Lisbon Live
realized it 5 minutes ago, I've bought the album for the track... Still a fantastic piece of music but where can I find the Ghost Theory track???
That is a real bummer, I'm listening to the cd now and want ghost theory on vinyl. Echospace should compensate us with a free vinyl edit. Are you hearing me Rod?
this is the dopest thing i have ever heard. unbelievably deep. wish i had the cash for this now.
Fantastically deep. A submarine journey down into the depths of the Mariana Trench. I quite liked "The Coldest Season" however it didn't vary much from the Basic Channel blueprint. "Liumin" was where they really hit pay dirt though, the smudged field recordings and muffled beats combining to original and near hallucinatory effect on tracks like "Summer Haze" and "Burnt Sage". This release draws on "Liumin" (and features some of the same source material) and extends it even further out into the void. Exactly equidistant between techno/house grids and ambient drift space, this just effortlessly glides out the speakers and cradles you in its out-of-body embrace. The hour-long mix is perhaps the best place to start for an uninterrupted aural journey. Brilliant. Check out some of Rod Modell's mixes on YouTube if you like this. Expansive stuff.
Agree w/ your summation on Coldest Season and Liumin - at the time I felt like the outsider w/ that feeling, but maybe just the people I was talking to. Thx.
This is a fantastic release — however, be advised that “Ghost Theory” is a completely different track on vinyl than it is on digital. It’s not listed as being a different mix, and the only way you’d know in advance is by the track durations. I was disappointed. To me, the digital version of “Ghost Theory” is much better.
BCN Dub was my favourite on Liumin and I thought nothing was ever going to top it but BCN Dub (Original) is even better. Incredible chilled and deep vibe. It takes me to places.
Simply said, the best electronic music album since a long long time in this genre. Organic soundscapes, amazing field recordings, wonderful melodic atmosphere. This is even better than Liumin because it goes deeper with generally slower tempo. I loved, still love, Burnt Sage on Liumin and Silent World is full of such moments I discovered while listening to Burnt Sage. Lisbon is my absolutely favourite. It has become one of my all time favourite tracks because it fits absolutely with my search in music. Rippling and Hydrodynamics are huge, too. The whole album is a lifetime experience that leads you into a submarine world full of aquatic mysteries.
As more skilled wordsmiths than my self have aimed their craft at describing this release I'll just add that this, in my humble opinion, is a an amazing masterpiece. From the visual images to the painted soundscapes that elicit and stir our deepest human emotions, this truly is a work of art.Oh, and on a more wishful note, imagine how amazing it would be if you could listen to this while looking at a framed cover picture hanging on a wall, signed by Rod himself..if he ever decides to issue and sell this as a poster, picture or whatever, I'm the first in line.
Simply put, some of the most Trancending music of our time.
More albums should set aim to have a central purpose as this one does, a soundtrack to a film no one has even seen? A media ploy or last attempt to save a genre that has virtually drowned itself with clone after clone and copy of copy, it's hard to tell anything apart anymore. That being said within the first few seconds I already presume what the remaining 60 minutes is going to sound like but as they often do they've proved me to be painfully wrong. Against my better nature I have to say these fella's helped break the mold of the sluggish state this sound found itself in. Don't expect The Coldest Season as the low end is indeed substantial – with a less is more approach and all the better for it. It’s a difficult task to conquer for some artist, break the creative foundation they've established (with DeepChord being heavily influential in this style) and alludes to an ongoing argument over authenticity of "their" sound progressing rather than running over the same flight path. Let me assure you this flight departs on a skyward trajectory with some slight turbulence but from the window seat the view looks very nice. Well done.
Why £39.99? I just bought Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Fetch for £11.99. Altering Illusions was £56.99, are these guys pricing themselves out of the market? I have every Deepchord, Octal & Echospace release but I'm not convinced at the prices of these 2 releases.Just managed to get a brand new sealed copy for £29.95 with free shipping,good things come to those who wait.
Apples to Oranges. Honest Jon's is a major label with major label distribution. I just read the review of their album in Spin, Spin Magazine!! Come on this is commercial music coverage and if I were a betting man I'd say they're easily selling 5000+ copies vs. 500. Do a little research on price differences at pressing plants and printing companies for jackets, it's NOT cheap. My friends and I pressed a record years ago, we only did a run of 250 copies in a standard 12 black sleeve and didn't make a nickel. The trick to selling music is the more you run the cheaper it is. This is why small run labels charge a lot more because they have to just to get their investment back. I also have no problem supporting something I believe in, I spent more at dinner last night than I did on this record and I'll enjoy this for years to come.
Is this the same fella who wrote, "£15 for a record? Worth every penny, Pittman is definitely from another planet." that would be for 1 standard 12"??? Confusing comment, comparing a release on Honest Jon's where 3000 copies are made and sold to a limited edition 500 copies triple LP pack with the CD album seems more than fair. 500 copies of a project like this one is very expensive to make and especially when so little are done.
As a long time fan of the DeepChord/Echospace axis I'm usually in the know about their new releases but this came out of no where. No fan fare, no big hype in magazines or big DJ charts, completely under the radar. Surprising in the fact this may be the best work they've produced since one of my all time favorites "The Coldest Season" which has classic cult status in my part of the world and for good reason. This release only solidifies further why these two artist make some of electronic music's most consciousness altering deep music in existence, the music becomes an experience in itself. Where The Coldest Season's otherworldly atmosphere rises to the surface Silent World has an apparent drive, a low end throb with subliminal beats and bass which sounds like it's trapped in a tin can. There's a strange retro-futuristic appeal in the entire production, it sounds like you know what you're hearing but further listens unveil new layers beneath the surface. Of course before purchasing I read this was the first version of "Liumin" which made me somewhat skeptical and I can hear some sound resemblance but the overall mood of this work is very different. My favorites here would be the aural cosmos that is "Hydrodynamics" there's an unsettling feeling in it's almost to short 13 minutes, the most interesting element of this piece is the constant slow motion evolution, skim through and it sounds the same, listen closely and it's morphing every second. Then there's "Rippling", this might be one of my favorite Echospace songs ever produced, time will tell. Overall I've come to the conclusion there's a haunting element to their music I cant quite get my head around but maybe we're not supposed to.
...and the wise men say that on release day, much weed was smoked...No but seriously though. This is the best echospace I've ever heard. I am beside myself, completely awestruck. That track that shares a side with another track is levels above. (I'm referring to the first track on the B1 which I believe is actually named "Rippling"). Listen to the nuance in the ominous melody that creeps around in the background. Notice the snappy micro-percussion layers oscillating in the background. Rod's bass tuning and adjusting sounds live, spontaneous, and at the same time cautiously subtle. It is like a heartbeat. His low frequencies are off kilter and wobbly in just the perfect amount. This release is immersive, dark, intricate, and obscenely good. I want to play this "Rippling" track in a club for an hour straight. Track is HUGE! Like Costco arena sized. People need to hear this at full power and let themselves mentally levitate. This B1 track, whatever the name turns out to be, is pure sex. I literally imagine people f*cking when I hear it. I can't imagine a reason to rate this album less than a perfect 5. This is a crowning achievement and I don't see how these guys could ever best this (though they will). Silent World is really that good.
Trash Obsession
I always thought this project was something more of 2 people making different music and one person taking the main direction. After hearing Intrusion and Variant projects of Stephen I am fairly certain he was in the drivers seat on The Coldest Season and in hearing Hash Bar Loops I think Rod's been at the wheel ever since. Maybe one person works on certain elements and the other arranges them? I'm curious of their production methods, do they actually work together in one studio?
That's a good question. Both artists are on the credits. From listening to it I got the impression that Rod was in the driver's seat for this one. Its less washy and more driving which seems to be his mode of operation in recent years.
I completely agree but I'm a little confused why you only mention Rod when I'm pretty sure Echospace includes Stephen as well? Is this a solo release that's been listed incorrectly?