Krononaut make their debut

Krononaut's self titled debut has a futuristic sci-fi feel to it, an often times sparse, electronic coated ambient world that uses the language of jazz and much else for its effects and has a certain loose prog spaciousness and plenty of power to …

Published: 5 Sep 2020. Updated: 46 days.

Krononaut's self titled debut has a futuristic sci-fi feel to it, an often times sparse, electronic coated ambient world that uses the language of jazz and much else for its effects and has a certain loose prog spaciousness and plenty of power to it. With Brian Eno guitarist Leo Abrahams and Spin Marvel drummer Martin France at its core with quite a bunch of interesting collaborators from various backgrounds playing their part on a number of tracks and who include Tim Harries, Shahzad Ismaily, Matana Roberts and Arve Henriksen this is an album big on texture and mood but patient listening is required as the sometimes patchy material is less than gripping.

Out now on Tak:Til records.

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