Timeghost – Cellular (Heathen Harvest)
I was first introduced to Timeghost through the video below, which has captured during a live performance in Boston on July 20th, 2014. I was completely blown away by the sound and stage presence of Adam Morosky—the sole individual behind this project. Timeghost’s sound is based on experiments with a hardware setup, mostly controlled by face sensors. The result is a perfectly clean, synthetic sound that evolves to become full of fragile details, yet remains massive and moves like an otherworldly inter-species organism. That said, you can put money on the fact that I was extremely curious to hear what the studio work of Timeghost sounds like.
Luckily enough for us, Morosky had the first edition of a new album released late last year. Cellular has been issued on three separate formats: on tape by Chondritic Sound, and on CD by the project’s own imprint, Nexykl…
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