(Photo by Dru Axelsen) A lot of readers will remember the Denver-based project Invisible ASPS from the track “Land Of The Nagas” which got featured on our free “Post-Punk (Genesis)” compilation. Invisible ASPS have now released an album that now includes that song and album on Bandcamp.
“Taste Of The Future” is Invisible ASPS’ (aka the project fronted by Aron Beatty) fourth album offering dark electronic music which experiments even further with sounds blending atmospheric elements with paced rhythms.
“We wanted to create something that challenges the traditional confines of dark electronic music,” says Aron Beatty. “Our music invites listeners to delve into a world of sonic exploration, where emotions blend with beats and atmospheric textures. This album is a testament to our commitment to pushing the boundaries and offering a unique experience.”
You can download the album right now from Bandcamp.
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