FOR PRE-ORDER - Concussed: Hacktivist Satellite Transmissions Out May 3, 2024

FOR PRE-ORDER – Concussed: Hacktivist Satellite Transmissions Out May 3, 2024

Concussed‘s first release on Somewherecold Records, Precipice of the Void, garnered a spot on the Bandcamp New and Notable list when it was released as well as in the best of 2021 list from Igloo Magazine. The follow up, Electromagnetic Dust, was released in August 2022 and slipped a bit under the radar for most reviewers and blogs but garnered a lot of radio attention being played across the world. Now, Jim Branstetter, the mind behind the compositions, introduces us to the vastness of apocalyptic sci-fi soundscapes and brittle atmospheres once again proving that Concussed is a project worth hearing.

As such, Concussed‘s latest release on Somewherecold Records is a journey through dark atmospheric soundscapes. Pulling inspiration from the visionary works of William Gibson, Philip K. Dick, and James S.A. Corey, the fusion of Cyberpunk, Sci-Fi, and Cassette Futurism elements transport listeners to imagined near-future worlds. Using drones, tape machines, samples, and DIY electro-acoustic devices to add depth and complexity to the music, Hacktivist Satellite Transmissions invites listeners to explore and create their own narratives within the music’s framework.

Concussed: Hacktivist Satellite Transmissions comes out May 3, 2024. It’s an auditory journey worth taking. The album is being released on digital, CD, and Cassette. Get your copy before they run out!

Previously, on Somewherecold……..

Don’t forget that the new collaboration from Shane Beck and The Corrupting Sea called Odist is now up for pre-order! It comes out in May and will be featured on a fantastic blog/magazine a week before release. Get your copies while they are available! Only 25 made.

Lastly, thanks to everyone who helped the newest The Corrupting Sea album sell out! Concert news soon as April approaches. Stay tuned. You can still get a copy of Cold Star: an homage to Vangelis digitally from the bandcamp store.

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