The Georgian male-female duo Phonothek is back with a second album on the dark ambient label Cryo Chamber, continuing the theme of the inevitable death of our planet.
“Red Moon” explores – and we quote the label – “a world in flames through the use of atonal instrumentation and layered atmospherics”. Recorded in Tbilisi (Georgia) “it brings the sound of the old world to life as it shines light on the new and dying one”. We had an interview with the band in December which you can read here.
You can preview the album below.
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