LP £11.99 DD05
Ltd. LP in embossed sleeve on Deep Distance/The Great Pop Supplement.
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Shadowy Texan synthkraut practitioner Patrick “Kosmonaut” Park is back again after a busy couple of years of releases including the very first release on GPS’s cosmic Deep Distance offshoot. I snoozed and missed out on a copy of the first one and have kicked myself ever since, so it’s nice to see he’s done another.
Tapes and CDs he’s done since that first LP have showcased a more laid back and droney side to his output but this one here is just as lively and eventful as the previous Deep Distance offering, replete with analogue pulses, drones, tinkles and shudders which glide intuitively along, displaying a clarity of vision and lightness of touch which is hard to imitate. He mixes elements of krautrock, techno and horror soundtracks for a beguiling and sometimes chaotic journey into the outer reaches of your consciousness, flooding your senses with Decimus-esque dread throbs and Jonas Munk-like repetitive synthplay. If you like driving, spaced out astral synth stuff like Roedelius, Kluster, Harmonia or the aforementioned Munk then this is sure to interest you. Very limited and a bargain price too!
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