The new EP from solo experimental electro-industrial act Nebulae Complex, called “Bryozoan Operator”, is now available. For this release the project has embraced a change to more powerful electro-industrial beats with layered vocals.
Nebulae Complex shares the inspiration behind the EP, saying, “It draws influence from peculiar plants and deep sea life, among other themes. ‘Bryozoan Operator’ creates an almost otherworldly, yet strangely familiar, planetary landscape as seen through remote sensing instruments. Although not a concept EP, each track tells its own story while fitting into the loosely-connected and loosely-defined aesthetic universe of the entire EP.”
Nebulae Complex has been active in the music scene since 2007.
Here’s the video for “Bleachburn”.
“Bryozoan Operator” is available digitally on Bandcamp now.
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