Hemissi lands on Axis Records with a very impressive 9-track LP, ‘Primitive Atom’.

Jeff Mills label ‘Axis Records‘ never seems to disappoint with the selection of avant-garde music release after release. Now the legendary imprint welcomes Hemissi (also known as 13130 Space project), who presents a beautiful cosmic/sci-fi techno 9-track LP that has been entitled ‘Primitive Atom‘. The concept behind this album relies on the chronology of the universe since it began. All stages until today.

This record is definitely a big achievement for Hemissi’s phenomenal sound, that goes very well with the label style. ‘Primitive Atom‘ is going to be released this¬†August 27¬†via Axis, and it’s our duty to highly recommend it. Lear more about this concept album below.

Pre order: Soon at Axis Shop

Tracks description.

‘Planck Era‘ This Intro passage describes Planck Era , The four fundamental forces , electromagnetism, weak nuclear force, strong nuclear force and gravity. All have the same strength, and are possibly even unified into one fundamental force At this point, the universe spans a region of only 10-35 meters, and has a temperature of over 1032¬įC (the Planck Temperature)Grand Unification Transition This track tell about the Unification Transition. The force of gravity separates from the other fundamental forces which remain unified, and the earliest elementary particles and antiparticlesa begin to be created.

‘Elektroweak Transition‘ This song tells us of Electroweak Epoch, As the strong nuclear force separates from the other two, particle interactions create large numbers of exotic particles, including W and Z bosons and Higgs bosons, the Higgs field slows particles down and confers mass on them, allowing a universe made entirely out of radiation to support things that have mass.

‘Quark ‚Äď Hadron Transition‘ This track is about how the temperature of the universe cools to about a trillion degrees, cool enough to allow quarks to combine to form hadrons. Electrons colliding with protons in the extreme conditions of the Hadron Epoch fuse to form neutrons and give off massless neutrinos, which continue to travel freely through space today, at or near to the speed of light.

Nucleosynthesis‘ This Song Describes the Nucleosynthesis, The temperature of the universe falls to the point about a billion degrees, where atomic nuclei can begin to form as protons and neutrons combine through nuclear fusion to form the nuclei of the simple elements of hydrogen, helium and lithium. After about 20 minutes, the temperature and density of the universe has fallen to the point where nuclear fusion cannot continue.

Matter Domination’ This Track talk about thelong period of gradual cooling, the universe is filled with plasma, a hot, opaque soup of atomic nuclei and electrons. After most of the leptons and antileptons had annihilated each other at the end of the Lepton Epoch, the energy of the universe is dominated by photons, which continue to interact frequently with the charged protons, electrons and nuclei.

‘Recombination’ As the temperature of the universe falls to around 3,000 degrees and its density also continues to fall, ionized hydrogen and helium atoms capture electrons,thus neutralizing their electric charge. With the electrons now bound to atoms, the universe finally becomes transparent to light, making this the earliest epoch observable today. It also releases the photons in the universe which have up till this time been interacting with electrons and protons in an opaque photon-baryon fluid, and these photons can now travel freely. By the end of this period, the universe consists of a fog of about 75% hydrogen and 25% helium, with just traces of lithium.

‘Galaxy Formation Era’ Gravity amplifies slight irregularities in the density of the primordial gas and pockets of gas become more and more dense, even as the universe continues to expand rapidly. These small, dense clouds of cosmic gas start to collapse under their own gravity, becoming hot enough to trigger nuclear fusion reactions between hydrogen atoms, creating the very first stars. Larger stars burn out quickly and explode in massive supernova events, their ashes going to form subsequent generations of stars. Large volumes of matter collapse to form galaxies and gravitational attraction pulls galaxies towards each other to form groups, clusters and superclusters.

‘Today, Modern Universe‘ This is the final track of my album. He talk about the expansion of the universe and recycling of star materials into new stars continues.

Artist. Hemissi
Title. Primitive Atom
Label. Axis Records
Release date. August 27, 2021

Tracklist.

1. Planck Era 
2. Grand Unification Transition 
3. Elektroweak Transition 
4. Quark ‚Äď Hadron Transition¬†
5. Nucleosynthesis 
6. Matter Domination 
7. Recombination 
8. Galaxy Formation Era 
9. Today, Modern Universe 

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