Two-colour risographed sleeve on recycled paper stock. Limited to 50 copies
Where To Now? are delighted to present this 32 minute offering from Lisbon's Ondness. The album moves through four movements. introducing itself with 'Trono', the sounds of seemingly organic cyclical looping bells meeting head on with an orchestra of knives, both bubbling over a backdrop of brooding misty ambience and pads. 'Ongoing to Zona' continues with 6 minutes of paranoid, isolating, ghostly dread dub, before seamlessly moving into the mutant techno shuffle of 'Edit Sombra'. The album ends with 'Off Radar', the lonesome, dubbed smoke out after the storm. It's clear that 'A Poor Man's Twilight Zone' is intended to be listened to as a whole. A narrative of fear & horror, but also of open space & escapism to please fans of sounds such as Demdike Stare, Rhythm and Sound, GAS, & Fluxion.
Includes unlimited streaming of Ondness 'Poor Mans Twilight Zone'
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