It’s time for another stride through the galactic netherworld where the darker elements meet, one solely created on analogue gear without the use of computers.
The continuous 53-minute aural alchemy of drifting synth drone tapestries and morphing atmospheres mapped out on “Enceladus” by Sphäre Sechs -aka Martin Stürtzer (Phelios) and Christian Stritzel- is a stark and deep affair into the ambient expanse. The immersive and intense sonic journey in seven chapters flows through mysterious caverns, where freeform textures aptly give a voice to the profound sense of stillness and remoteness that stretched its wings here again and again.
The haunting feel firmly embedded in the hypnotizing current is impressive and highly cinematic, stressing why this inspired space music recording is a solid candidate to be explored with headphones only.
All in all, let “Enceladus” be your tour guide if you like to breathe the awe, vibration and wonders of the cosmic void.
You can see what reviews I have done of this artist on the Sphäre Sechs artist page