The US avant-garde creator Ed Pastorini released the LP Strange Lures on the 27th of March.
Strange Lures is a roughly forty eight minutes, fifteen track, release (available on bandcamp) of haunting piano led twists and turns that once the audience starts the journey finds themselves becoming ever more drawn in to listening more avidly to the tortured twists and turns of the album.
Serving as an introduction to an LP I do recommend getting to know, one of the more readily accessible pieces is the fifth composition – Loss.
The English ethereal electronics creator Moon Zero was introduced last year.
Moon Zero – eponymous LP – artwork
Building on the formations of the two previous EPs Loss and Tomb, the newest eponymous release – an LP – came out last month continues to provide the listener with organically developing blends of sounds and techniques, wrapped inside a mournful, dystopian soundtrack in which the mind becomes entranced.
From the album, the penultimate of the half-dozen tracks – A Bevan Rotation.