Sunnyvale, CA (July 24, 2015)—Award-winning film and electronic music composer Julius Dobos has released the first piece of a unique psybient project under the moniker forgotten future.
Entitled forgotten future: W1, the new album is the first installment of a four-piece concept series, the framework of a musical and ideological endeavor, which aims to take the listener through universal themes centered around four “big questions”: human existence, time, space and purpose. The original concept work borrows elements both from current science and ancient belief systems, but also deeply crosses into metaphysics.
Hungarian-born Dobos also spends time as a Distinguished Lecturer in Residence within the Digital Audio Technology program at Silicon Valley’s Cogswell College. “Julius Dobos’ ‘Forgotten Future’ is a terrific album containing truly beautiful music. We are very fortunate to have such a creative artist of this caliber in our midst,” said Professor Timothy W. Duncan, director of the college's Digital Audio Technology program.
The project took Dobos five years to conceptualize, compose music and design sounds for. Every bit of audio heard on the album is built from the ground up. Vincent Villuis of the genre-leading Ultimae label and dark-ambient pioneer Robert Rich also contributed to the production in the mastering phase.