Posted on: October 11, 2020 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 1

CodeX is an engrossing, epic sound that uses deliberate keys and percussive elements o keep listeners firmly on the edges of their seats. The different segments of Sonarpilot’s track are bolstered mightily through a visual component that blends geometry, ancient texts, and celestial bodies. There’s no way to easily categorize what the act does here; there are nods to 1970s electronic performers like Klaus Schulze and even hints of the more expansive discography of prog-rock acts.

Imperium crosses over the ten-minute mark and has the act link together industrial, classical, and trip-hop to make something wholly unique. With bits of wobble and drum and bass presented at points, Sonarpilot has ensured that listeners will be continually on their feet with this composition.

Sonarpilot “CodeX” and “Imperium” / Domain /

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