Exploring The Circuits : Astral TV Talk ‘Travelling The Circuits’ and Improvisation

Featured Photo by Kristoffer Vollmann Two years ago an album dropped from the ether called Chrystal Shores. The album was by the electronic duo Astral TV. The record didn’t actually drop from the ether. More like Denmark, but that doesn’t matter. What does matter is that Chrystal Shores was an immense electronic album for me. […]

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Monarch : Beyond The Blue Sky

Monarch is of course the name of a butterfly. It’s also the name of a southern California 5-pc rock band that mine rock and roll magic from a time when people still believed in the stuff. A time when headier states of mind, triple guitar attacks, and soulful undertones brought forth the best in us. […]

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Astral TV Ready ‘Travelling The Circuits’; Listen To “Different Dreams”

Two years ago Astral TV released their debut album Chrystal Shores. It was a dip into the electric ether; a foggy little trip filled with buzzing circuits and calming, distant melodies. The duo, which consists of Rasmus Rasmussen(Causa Sui, Aerosol) and Keith Canisius, built an album around the idea of electronic music that takes you […]

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Videodrones : Atavistic Future

Videodrones work in swaths of synth and analog dread. From their beginnings in 2016 with Mondo Ferox, the electronic duo which consists of Jakob Skøtt and Kristoffer Ovesen, relied on Betamax memories of grainy horror and sci fi flicks and the world of music composers like Popol Vuh, Fabio Frizzi, and the modular synth excursions […]

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