Fairplex Drive EP

by Mor Elian



Mor Elian hits Radio Matrix with the 4 track "Fairplex Drive EP". This EP is inspired by the adventures of two ancient souls traveling for four days on planet Earth. Memories of it are somehow lost and coordinates are unknown, but we have been able to retrieve some visual & sonic data. According to what has been recovered, the trip started at one of the greenest and wettest points on this planet and the journey continued through urban concrete jungles with daft skyscrapers heavily illuminating the night skies. After a three day stroll in the city, escape was necessary and was found in the nearby desert that covered many traces of extraterrestrial life.

From there it was a short drive to the last spot they visited: a desolate place what was supposed to be a lifelike resort for the wealthy. It covered luxurious villa's, beach houses and a fabricated sea. From the recovered data it looks like a total ecological disaster happened at this sea with complete fallout as a result. All of a sudden the travelers memories were wiped and they were beamed back to their home base. What did they find at this sea? Why were their memories erased?

During Spectroanalysis a hidden message was discovered: "Space exists on earth, therefor you don't need to look outside to find it."


released January 18, 2018

Written and produced by Mor Elian.
Mastering by TJ Johanz.
Artwork by Lost Communication.


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Radio Matrix FR, Netherlands

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