AMN Reviews: Moon Zero – Moon Zero (2015; Denovali)

MoonZero_StUK’s Moon Zero (Tim Garratt) explores deep space and ambiance in this first effort, recorded at the St. George Church of London. His influences include Brian Eno and (most apparent) William Basinski.

At the outset, Garratt grabs attention, with the powerful 2-minute track Laika blasting strident, periodic warnings on top of synth layers. By the third track, The Solipsist, analog and digital approaches are mixed together so thoroughly that they become an inseparable blend of static and drones. Other tracks include sweeping, repetitive motifs, drifting waves of alien darkness, and sinusoidal drones.

A notable debut.

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