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Inner Worlds: Clear Vinyl LP
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- Release Date 20 September 2022
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- Vinyl LP
- Moshi Moshi
“We’ve been reflecting on the relationship between our innerworlds and outerworlds,” says Soccer96’s Danalogue. “How our minds shape our experience and our experience shapes our mind. How caring and nurturing our innerworlds can improve our relationship with our outer experiences. We see the creation of music as the bridge between these two worlds.”
Betamax, who makes up the duo along with fellow Comet is Coming member Danalogue, describes their latest album as “spiritual combat music to steady us through the stormy changes of the outer world.”
For this album the pair co-wrote with The Colours That Rise, Tom Herbert, Salami Rose Joe Louis, Simbad and Rozi Plain.
From the exhilarating electronic charge and propulsive rhythm of ‘Crystal Pyramid’ to the almost cosmic drum n bass of ‘Speak More of Love’ feat The Colours That Rise, the album takes in a vast array of sounds and styles, from jazz to electronica, while never really sitting comfortably within easy genre categorisation. “We are searching for particular spontaneous energies that feel fresh and resonant,” Betamax says. “The hope is that when we reach this experience the music can penetrate the mind and affect the deepest mental processes.”
|1||A1 Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds|
|2||A2 Speak More of Love ft. The Colours That Rise|
|3||A3 Crystal Pyramid|
|4||A4 Yesterday Knows ft. Salami Rose Joe Louis|
|6||B2 Underwater Cities|
|7||B3 Gate Keepers ft. Rozi Plain & Simbad|
|8||B4 Triple Helix ft. Tom Herbert|