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Ian Yates
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Ian Yates An absolutely gorgeous ambient album filled with character, space, introspection and suffused with a glorious golden shimmer of healing, uplifting, transcendent ecstasy!

Plus Martin, you are a decent fella to send me 2 copies of the vinyl in case i got a bad one. I cannot imagine how frustrating it must be to find pressing issues, but for that act of thoughtful kindness you have won an eternal fan who will sing your praises to any lost soul seeking the true clear light amongst the bardo planes!
Mikey Mike
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Mikey Mike This is amazing! I haven’t left an album on repeat since Undulated!! This may well be my #1 for 2022, bravo! Thank you again!
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solaris72 Perfect ambient bliss.. Bravo Martin! Favorite track: Underground Cities.
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The Expanding Universe is Martin Kennedy from All India Radio's new project.

Exploring the hazier psychedelic side of ambient with references to Berlin school and a 1970s New Age aesthetic, The Expanding Universe debut album 'One' is a cosmic journey into inner space.

Made possible by my ULTIMATE Patrons:

Special thanks to my Patrons and ULTIMATE Patrons: Andrew Curtis, Carl Koontz, Christiaan Verheij, Dave Stewart, Erick Gantt, Jeremy Gunkel, Jim Vafakos, Karl Scutt, Kevyn Marshall, Michael Holmes, Michael Schmidt, Paul Webb, Randy LeMasters, Rhonda Koontz, Robert f. Blumschein, Sean Fredrick, Simon Appleby, Todd Norman, Thompson Terry.

Instruments used:
Moog Subsequent 25
Casio MT-65
Hologram Electronics Microcosm
Novation Peak
Moffenzeef Modular/Boy Harsher The Runner Drone Synth.

and whatever guitar and bass I had at the time

Most used software:
Valhalla reverbs and delays
Cherry Audio Quadra
GForce M-Tron Pro (Mellotron)


released May 6, 2022

Written and recorded by The Expanding Universe

Underground Cities with Emily Hopkins

Art design and illustrations by Timothée Boubay


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All India Radio Hobart, Australia

Retro future ambient space rock. Cues from early 70s Pink Floyd, Tangerine Dream, DJ Shadow, Brian Eno, Michael Stearns.

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