Ceephax takes a break from his typical acid techno-tinged song production style to create a collection of electronic pieces that sound a bit more epic, cinematic. Numerous cuts of Cro Magnox sound as if they could serve as the perfect soundtrack to a b-movie produced in the 80s–preferably some kind of action, sci-fi hybrid.
Even funkier tracks like “Natural Specturm” have a beautifully eerie quality to them. It’s nice to know that this guy can produce danceable tracks as well as stuff that’s a little more cerebral. Enjoy!
With a new solo release, modern prog rock figurehead Steven Wilson pulls together a series of tracks that feel like they function more on formulas than they do feelings.
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Kiran Leonard is an ambitious, young multi-instrumentalist who conceptually reaches beyond the limits most bedroom recording artists set for themselves. He proves that with this new piece of his, “The End Times,” which is a 24-minute piece that deals in a bit of pop, prog, and drone. It’s a musical tribute to the Myan-predicted end of the world, which is set to arrive on December 21st of this year. So, give a listen via the widget above while you can, or download it for free on Bandcamp.