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Andreas Aaser - "Fury"

Introducing Andreas Aaser with "Fury". Known for his work in the film industry interestingly enough, Aaser delves deep into experimental electronic territory with this new instrumental we think.

The really combines aggression, darkness, and energy to create a tapestry that's both unsettling and compelling. Imagine a blend that finds its lineage in the works of Jóhann Jóhannsson, Ben Frost, Tim Hecker, Hildur Guðnadóttir, and Colin Stetson. This is not just music; it's a sonic landscape sculpted to transport listeners to a post-apocalyptic future we think, the single asks, "What could the music of the future possibly, maybe sound like?"

Aaser's inspiration for the single is channeled by ensuing feelings of hopelessness and literal fury into this intense musical experience.

"Fury" serves as a ship or vessel full of emotions and technological textures. We think it's Aaser's personal response to the dire predictions about our planet, and a call to reconsider what the future of music could be... Listen below.


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