Electrons in Slow Motion is a cross-genre project developed by Bucharest-born artist/producer Marius Copel. The artist focuses on immersion, transcendence, and progressive creativity. His music is like a sequence that indulges both the cerebral and sensual faculties of the listener. There’s a science to it, a symmetrical intention, and a powerful ambience. And then there are the ideas. Electrons in Slow Motion forms around an intellectual aesthetic. One with quotients that drive to futuristic design and contemplations. It is a pleasure to dwell in these spaces of infinity. When talking about the essence of his music, Marius stated that it creates space for people to experience the same things. He especially drives at the belief that ‘Everything is interlinked’. 

His latest release is ‘Machine Devotion’. It projects an ambient dystopia. There’s a lot of light and dark interplays that compel the listener to discover what the theme means to them. Is it indicative of the trance-like devotion that humans have seemed to develop for machines? Or is it celebrating the infinite devotion that we program into machines? Projected in a futuristic context, these questions gain a contemplative significance. Listen Now! 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to ‘Machine Devotion’ by Electrons in Slow Motion here –