steve moore

Part of the ghost box ‘other voices’ series – a collection of seriously heavy duty 7 inch slabs of wax all housed in bespoke (and I have to say – eye catching) Julian House designed die cut test-card sleeves – no doubt ridiculously limited in nature which is the main reason we nabbed this on first sight. Selection number four sees the rare return of Zombi’s Steve Moore with a brace of newly minted vintage sounding lunar carousels. Both mellowing and murmured, the orbiting ‘the moon occults Saturn at dawn’ is a serenely toned dream weaving slice of silver age space symphonia best experienced tuned out from the rigours of the day and max’d up on the volume through cans for the full head-phonic astral glide experience. Over on the flip the looser sounding ‘val sans retour’ arrives more intricately lush in tone and all said our choice cut of the two, a sonic space-walk by any other name swathed in lulling cosmic jet streams of celestial opines and lunar tropicalia mirages, very mesmeric if truth be told.

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