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Boomkat Product Review:
'Imagine The Future' is ASC's magnum opus, no doubt about it.
Emboldened with iMAX-sized production values and framed with cinematic vision, it arrives after a relatively fallow couple of years for ASC, galvanising his strongest aspects - emotive melodic arrangements, hyper-crisp sound design, massive bass sculptures - into a stunning album-come-soundtrack for an as yet unwritten sci-fi. We've seen his own productions and those of his Auxilliary inner circle, such as Synth Sense, Central Industrial, and Sam KDC, keening towards this direction for half a decade now, with varying levels of success, but the elaborate narrative, pitching topography and sheer scale of 'Imagine The Future' make it peerless in its field. There are eleven tracks, weighing in at over 76-minutes (practically feature length), drawing the ear's eye from a series of 'Sunspots' events recalling Vangelis' mood sonics from Bladerunner, to the visceral pink noise dimensions of 'The Secret Society' and the fluid steppers contours of 'Bell Curve'; twisting between the super-wide cyber-dub of 'Dark Matter' to the impressive vocal processing of 'Imagine The Future' and Powell-like palpitations of 'Unfriendly Waters'. There's little arguing that it's an epic in every sense of the word; an immersive adventure for armchair navigators and replic*nts. RIYL Raime, Photek, Fis.