The Album Pick: Nothing Exists but Atoms and the Void

Celestial themes such as violent star systems and lunar tranquility set the groundwork for “Nothing Exists but Atoms and the Void”, the sophomore release from Brooklyn-based band, Spaces. Band members, Duke Ahrens and Franco Colon, continued with an unconventional approach to songwriting by building a recording studio in a decommissioned ferryboat. The pair drew inspiration from their surroundings to create music that reflects the beauty and wonders of the Universe. This ambitious album encompasses a sonic landscape from intense rhythmic movements to introspective orchestral pieces, making Spaces voyagers of the over-saturated post-rock galaxy.

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Source: http://spaces.bandcamp.com/

released 21 June 2011
Spaces is:
Duke Ahrens – Guitar, Synth
Franco Colon – Drums, Percussion, Synth, Keys
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