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The Akron Quartet Plays “Ritualul Sferei”


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The Akron Quartet Plays “Ritualul Sferei”


Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… In 2014 Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage and soon after they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Five years later, Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) finally sees the light of day, resembling a pseudo-tribal ceremony from an inhospitable corner of the universe.

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… Free from any scene or genre constraints, Akron managed to combine a myriad sounds in a completely unique way. Soon after the release of Synaptic Beat, Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage. After a few gigs they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) resembles a pseudo-tribal ceremony that takes place in an inhospitable corner of the universe. It could be a rite from an unknown civilization living in a different planet or an enigmatic earthly celebration from another time (past or future). For five years that recording was put aside and the band’s live performances stopped. At last, Ritualul Sferei has been finished and sees the light of day.

Under the Akron moniker stands one man bringing together all his influences from instrumental music from the 50s to the 70s: classic exotica by Martin Denny and Les Baxter, the proto-electronic sounds of Delia Derbyshire and Mort Garson, all kinds of soundtracks (from TV series like Twilight Zone and Thunderbirds to Italian giallos), the work of unclassifiable artists such as Moondog and Sun Ra… And all of it filtered through Joe Meek's productions.

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Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… In 2014 Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage and soon after they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Five years later, Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) finally sees the light of day, resembling a pseudo-tribal ceremony from an inhospitable corner of the universe.

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… Free from any scene or genre constraints, Akron managed to combine a myriad sounds in a completely unique way. Soon after the release of Synaptic Beat, Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage. After a few gigs they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) resembles a pseudo-tribal ceremony that takes place in an inhospitable corner of the universe. It could be a rite from an unknown civilization living in a different planet or an enigmatic earthly celebration from another time (past or future). For five years that recording was put aside and the band’s live performances stopped. At last, Ritualul Sferei has been finished and sees the light of day.

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The Akron Quartet Plays “Ritualul Sferei”

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… In 2014 Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage and soon after they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Five years later, Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) finally sees the light of day, resembling a pseudo-tribal ceremony from an inhospitable corner of the universe.

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… Free from any scene or genre constraints, Akron managed to combine a myriad sounds in a completely unique way. Soon after the release of Synaptic Beat, Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage. After a few gigs they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) resembles a pseudo-tribal ceremony that takes place in an inhospitable corner of the universe. It could be a rite from an unknown civilization living in a different planet or an enigmatic earthly celebration from another time (past or future). For five years that recording was put aside and the band’s live performances stopped. At last, Ritualul Sferei has been finished and sees the light of day.


16,00

Vampisoul

Akron

The Akron Quartet Plays “Ritualul Sferei”

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… In 2014 Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage and soon after they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Five years later, Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) finally sees the light of day, resembling a pseudo-tribal ceremony from an inhospitable corner of the universe.

Voyage Of Exploration (2012) and Synaptic Beat (2013) established Akron as one of the best sonic and mood explorers out there, achieving an engaging personal sound while carrying on the legacy of greats such as Les Baxter, Delia Derbyshire, Mort Garson, Sun Ra… Free from any scene or genre constraints, Akron managed to combine a myriad sounds in a completely unique way. Soon after the release of Synaptic Beat, Akron took shape as a quartet in order to perform their music on stage. After a few gigs they recorded an album with the aim to capture the essence of their live set-up. Ritualul Sferei (The Ritual of the Spheres) resembles a pseudo-tribal ceremony that takes place in an inhospitable corner of the universe. It could be a rite from an unknown civilization living in a different planet or an enigmatic earthly celebration from another time (past or future). For five years that recording was put aside and the band’s live performances stopped. At last, Ritualul Sferei has been finished and sees the light of day.

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