Professor Julius Dobos, Award-Winning Electronic Music and Film Score Composer, Releases 'Forgotten Future: W1'

New Electronic Music Album is First in 4-Installment Concept Series from Acclaimed Composer

Professor Julius Dobos, Award-Winning Electronic Music and Film Score Composer, Releases 'Forgotten Future: W1'Sunnyvale, CA, July 21, 2015 - Julius Dobos, an award-winning, platinum-album composer mostly known for his film-scores and electronic musical works, has released the first piece of a unique psybient electronic music project, under the moniker forgotten future. Entitled forgotten future: W1, the new album is the first installment of a 4-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. Far form being dogmatic, forgotten future: W1 offers an environment of alternative realism for the listener to explore their "future memories" in, and find their personal answers.

The original concept work borrows elements both from current science and ancient belief systems, but also deeply crosses into metaphysics. Comprised of complex rhythmic patterns, haunting melodies, monumental electronic instrumentation, dynamic structures, cutting edge sound design and organic textures of electronic soundscapes, the music evokes strong emotions and memories, sending its listeners on a 15-track psybient journey through time, space and new dimensions.

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 Timothy W. Duncan, Professor and Director of the college's Digital Audio Technology program.

Said Dobos, "Forgotten Future: W1 is the story of a journey - one of multiversal scale, beyond the boundaries of time and through seven dimensions. It is about the journey we will all take one day. We are frightened of the unknown, yet it feels so familiar... it feels like we have been in this environment before. This trip is a curious and humbling experience, a galactic travel on a forgotten road that takes us to a mysterious destination, which road seems like... we must have traveled it before. Upon returning from our voyage, we only bring the distant memories of feelings with us... forgetting the experience - which we will re-live again, in the future."

Forgotten future: W1 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. According to Dobos, an important goal was to create a long-term listening experience with music that features dozens of (almost) hidden layers - each with a meaning or emotion attached to it. "If even after the seventeenth listen you are still discovering new elements, cool little details that might change your interpretation of the concept, I will feel I was successful" - said the composer.



The Hungarian-born Dobos started his piano studies at age five and was composing music at nine. After combining his studies in music production, audio engineering and composition, he scored art films, feature movies, designed soundscapes for installations, released seven albums and worked on projects such as the DragonBall Z soundtracks, produced music for use in national television shows and movies such as Don't Mess with the Zohan, Mallcop and Zookeeper. 

Between his work as forgotten future and composing music for use in film, Dobos also shares his production experience with the audio professionals of the future. As a Distinguished Lecturer in residence at Cogswell Polytechnical College of Silicon Valley, an educational institution offering a unique curriculum fusing Digital Art, Engineering and Entrepreneurship, he teaches music production and sound design courses. He also leads an original audio- and music production program, MediaWorks, in which students have worked with such real-life clients as Panasonic or TEDx. In 2012, Dobos moved his cutting-edge electronic music production center, Studio CS, to Cogswell's campus, providing students access to his collection of unique sound synthesis tools and expertise.


The new album is now available via all major outlets both as a digital download, a 24-bit studio master, and as a premium digipak edition CD complete with a 20-page booklet featuring the original work of three European digital painters.

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Composed and Performed by: Forgotten Future
Produced by: Julius Dobos
Label: Creative Shop Music
Publishing: Creative Shop Publishing and Spirit Music Group

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July 21, 2015