MAJEURE “Union of Worlds”
C42 (Constellation Tatsu)

The title chosen for this album is incredibly apropos in that each of the six songs conjured up by way of layers upon layers of synthesizers are all individual worlds of their own, yet are carefully captured and culled into one cohesive journey of a cassette.

The most sinister sides of humanity are distilled here into beat-less syncopation, for your pleasure, with ominous scores that could easily support films concerning damaged psyches, deprivation, depravation, damnation…you get the idear… as well as an all out assault or two that could very well translate to an intergalactic call-to-arms, if the wrong ETI picked it up on their spacey boombox.

Not recommended for those in need of lowering their blood pressure. Side effects may include acute paranoia, distrust, night sweats, and a strong desire to know where, exactly, oh, just where is Ray Bradbury a-c-t-u-a-l-l-y buried.


- - Jacob An Kittenplan