Infinity And Beyond


DepthCruiser is an Ukrainian-American musician, sound designer and film composer.

Although DepthCruiser has worked with various music genres, he is associated most commonly with ambient and abstract music endowed with powerful ability to transport the listener to a completely different realm.

DepthCruiser’s work is stylised by its blending of acoustic and electronic elements. But one of the most prominent characteristics is use of dub sounds, which indicates his passion to deep sound sculptures.

DepthCruiser with his passion for musical storytelling take you deep into a realms where the analogue warmth meets the cold sonic aesthetic.

Review of "Infinity And Beyond" by Ghostpile Records

Infinity And Beyond

Contrary to Depthcruiser’s own description, ‘a strange and breathtaking world where man does not belong,’ I found myself right at home within the first 45 seconds of ‘Infinity and Beyond’. Released 10th of May 2019 but set in interplanetary colonized Solar System 25th century, the album opens with a mesmerizing cut. ‘Through Invisible Borders’ hosts a straight ahead melody which floods in repetitions so as to create a Philip Glassian style flow. The head-nodding turns to toe-tapping with the minimal beat and bass alongside synth sweeps in the second track, ‘Love on a Spaceship'.


Phantoms of Reality’ flares into pulse with a house/club sensibility. There is a machine heartbeat ever present in this track; specks of nervous electronic lining pan left and right to create a nice tension. Tender synth notes are hit without daring to stray from the rhythm. Really hypnotic stuff enfolds the listener. This rise is chased with a Twin Peaks-esk space-lounge slow track, ‘5000 Light-Years From Home’. A ride cymbal steady along with surrounding easy rattle and again, minimal synth work makes for a serene, ‘here am I sitting in a tin can’ type of reflection. 'Journey Beyond Tomorrow (MMXIX)’ closes the album in a groove that serenades with funk and cosmic dub.

Read the full review on Ghostpile Records website

(Written by Saul Bleaeck, staff writer)