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why we love this

Hypnotizing rhythms that instantly tug at the listener, while repetition locks you into a groovy, dense vortex of sound.

about the record

Under his pseudonym Anatolian Weapons, Athenian producer Aggelos Baltas combines polyrhythmic percussion and the wailing tones of Greek folk music with a thrilling and open Krautrock attitude. In his album 'Earth,' he takes us on a mystical journey through the northern Greek highlands. It is backed by unique machine-assisted folk and infused with psychedelic drones, exuding an aura that exists neither then nor now, neither there nor here. Instead, it exists in a small pocket of its own cosmos. A crossroads of dimensions. A mystical offering to nature and the divinities.

Baltas has previously explored and reframed various Greek scenes of yesteryear, as seen in his Fantastikoi Hxoi project, which created Krautrock mutations from 60s and 70s pop. Yet 'Earth' is an even more far-reaching expedition, a folk reckoning with Greek musical traditions featuring a modern upgrade. The album reconstructs a sonic narrative of ancient traditions enhanced with psychedelic and space-rock elements. In the reverb cycle, one hears a certain agrarian reinterpretation of the world, filled with harvest rituals and celestial incantations.

  1. 1 - Heliotrope 5:30
  2. 2 - Mountains 5:17
  3. 3 - Earth 5:28
  4. 4 - Three Suns I 5:35
  5. 5 - Earthling 4:14
  6. 6 - Evolution 5:55
  7. 7 - Three Suns II 2:17
  8. 8 - Horizons 4:56

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30,00

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  1. 1 - Heliotrope 5:30
  2. 2 - Mountains 5:17
  3. 3 - Earth 5:28
  4. 4 - Three Suns I 5:35
  5. 5 - Earthling 4:14
  6. 6 - Evolution 5:55
  7. 7 - Three Suns II 2:17
  8. 8 - Horizons 4:56

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why we love this

Hypnotizing rhythms that instantly tug at the listener, while repetition locks you into a groovy, dense vortex of sound.

about the record

Under his pseudonym Anatolian Weapons, Athenian producer Aggelos Baltas combines polyrhythmic percussion and the wailing tones of Greek folk music with a thrilling and open Krautrock attitude. In his album 'Earth,' he takes us on a mystical journey through the northern Greek highlands. It is backed by unique machine-assisted folk and infused with psychedelic drones, exuding an aura that exists neither then nor now, neither there nor here. Instead, it exists in a small pocket of its own cosmos. A crossroads of dimensions. A mystical offering to nature and the divinities.

Baltas has previously explored and reframed various Greek scenes of yesteryear, as seen in his Fantastikoi Hxoi project, which created Krautrock mutations from 60s and 70s pop. Yet 'Earth' is an even more far-reaching expedition, a folk reckoning with Greek musical traditions featuring a modern upgrade. The album reconstructs a sonic narrative of ancient traditions enhanced with psychedelic and space-rock elements. In the reverb cycle, one hears a certain agrarian reinterpretation of the world, filled with harvest rituals and celestial incantations.

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