His name is Rasmus Rasmussens. ¬†With that kind of godlike title, you’d expect nothing short of a supernatural existence while on this spinning sphere, and Rasmus’¬†resum√© is a clear indicator of his deity-like talent. ¬†He’s incinerated occipital lobes in the¬†acid freakrock of¬†Causa Sui and lent his expertise to the likes of Faust and even the inimitable krautock pioneers¬†Can. ¬†Aerosol is yet another channel he uses to reach the outer realms of the galaxy, pairing the emotion of electronic’s genesis in the 1970s with the warm¬†ambience¬†of Ulrich Schnauss and Boards of Canada.
First single Leave sounds like a group of whales ascending to Heaven on a hovercraft piloted by¬†Brian Eno and¬†Terry Riley. How’s that for epic? ¬†Grab one of the super limited white vinyl copies after the ‘buy’ link, and I’ll meet you up in the clouds.
Limited Edition White Vinyl
Includes digital pre-order of Leave. You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it's released.
Shipping out on or around 05 May 2015
Edition of 100
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive