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Ambient - Released June 12, 2018 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Electronic - Released January 1, 2003 | Universal Symbiosis Records

The second full-length album by psychedelic dub producers Entheogenic is a genre-defining album that offers a mixture of ambient and chillout atmospheres with intelligent electronic dub, ethnic influences, deep drums and basses, and electronic and acoustic instruments. Spontaneous Illumination was produced by Piers Oak-Rhind and Helmut Glavar at Entheogenic Soundlabs in the southwest of France. Most of the sound samples used on this album -- such as birds and water -- were recorded by the artists in the beautiful environment of their studio. This album is timeless, beautiful, and skillfully produced with groove-oriented synthesizer music heavily laced with global samples. The album was released on c.o.r.n. recordings and was the first psy-chill album to make it to number one in the German chillout charts. These charts are assembled from the votes of 150 downtempo DJs. Spontaneous Illumination stayed in the Top Ten for an additional 12 weeks. © Bhasker Gupta /TiVo
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Electronic - Released December 8, 2008 | Entheogenic

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Lounge - Released May 23, 2017 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Lounge - Released June 21, 2019 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Electronic - Released October 13, 2008 | Entheogenic

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Lounge - Released January 1, 2005 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Lounge - Released August 5, 2020 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Lounge - Released June 12, 2014 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Electronic - Released January 1, 2008 | Universal Symbiosis Records

Entheogenic, like all musicians who start a genre, hit a stage in their career when they had to reassess their own work to date. As a genre, psybient has moved ahead since the time Shpongle and Entheogenic created it half a decade ago. New age producers like Bluetech and Phutureprimitive are creating more compact tracks, moving to a midtempo sound that is crisper, funkier, or more flamboyant. Their first two albums, Entheogenic and Spontaneous Illumination, were critically well received. Their last album, Golden Cap, was heavily criticized, and there was widespread agreement that Entheogenic had lost their touch. Flight of the Urubus silences all criticism that Entheogenic have fallen from the top of the genre. The duo forges a new musical relationship that resulted from world traveling prior to recording this album. This is a highly polished downtempo psychedelic offering, and the amount of time and care spent on the album shows brilliantly. "Trara" is an album highlight here, with the duo proclaiming its mastery over the more upbeat end of the downtempo genre, lacing powerful melodies with a "phat" sound over an interesting midtempo bassline. Entheogenic have showcased all elements from their years of being in the trade, and have asserted their preeminent position in the psybient genre. © Bhasker Gupta /TiVo
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Electronic - Released May 5, 2008 | Entheogenic

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Electronic - Released June 23, 2014 | Entheogenic

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Lounge - Released May 23, 2011 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Lounge - Released June 23, 2015 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Lounge - Released January 1, 2006 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Electronic - Released December 8, 2008 | Entheogenic

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Lounge - Released January 1, 2008 | Universal Symbiosis Records

Entheogenic's self-titled debut created enough stir prior to its release that three labels bid for the release: the former U.K.-based Flying Rhino, the German-based Cosmophilia, and the Spanish 3D Vision Records; the album was ultimately released on 3D Vision. The band's absolute anonymity on the scene combined with intense interest it generated indicated the uniqueness that this album brought to electronic music. At first glance, their sound appears to be a polished amalgamation of Karunesh's Eastern sensibilities and midtempo ambient production. Upon deeper investigation, Entheogenic truly are a glossed-up later version of Shpongle. But whatever they might be, Entheogenic's arrival on the scene pushed the envelope for the potential of psybient -- and ultimately ambient electronica -- to a cutting-edge and mature level. © Bhasker Gupta /TiVo
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Electronic - Released May 23, 2011 | Entheogenic

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Lounge - Released May 23, 2013 | Universal Symbiosis Records

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Electronic - Released May 23, 2013 | Entheogenic