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Colourmusic ''Location One'' (35° 39' 10.091_ N Longitude_97° 46' 50.027_ W) - the sound of the sky


Piedmont, neighboring Oklahoma, Texas in the USA is where we're at. Yes, the title asked for it and so we went ahead and looked it up, this is what we saw:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/35%C2%B039'10.1%22N+97%C2%B046'50.0%22W/@35.6528256,-97.7845066,3a,75y,357.58h,98.22t/data=!3m7!1e1!3m5!1sbdr4q-Y6WQehhxMWrAm8yA!2e0!6s%2F%2Fgeo0.ggpht.com%2Fmaps%2Fphotothumb%2Ffd%2Fv1%3Fbpb%3DChEKD3NlYXJjaC5nd3MtcHJvZBIgChIJJ602_QcAsocRYzw83k-UQl0qCg0AAAAAFQAAAAAaBAhWEFY%26gl%3DDK!7i13312!8i6656!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d35.6528031!4d-97.7805631


While google maps naturally shows the daytime image, it is fair to assume that the song was inspired by the night-time version of the panorama. A remote location like that must provide ideal conditions for sky-watching, which would seem to be a more appropriate scenery for the music you're about to hear. Colourmusic ''Location One'' is an ambient musical endeavor serenading the sky and all that's beyond. In fact, it so accurately recreates the feeling of being awed by the infinity of the universe, it's almost a bit spooky. Loyal to it's drone foundation, the song features a beautiful distant synth bass melody, all the while glimmering sounds intensify the experience by mimicking a vivid, very vivid sky full of bright, almost tangible stars.


Combine this tune with a remote location and a clear night sky and you may as well find yourself levitating for a bit:

https://open.spotify.com/track/7LDo1Y8G7z7QHwjOi9ZqXp