New Vermont Album Influenced By Kosmische, Krautrock, Synth Soundtracks

vermontMotor City Drum Ensemble’s Danilo Plessow and Innervisions’ Marcus Worgull reunite for more synth daydreaming on the new Vermont album, II.

The new album continues where the first left off, influenced in equal measures by kosmische, krautrock, minimal wave and synth soundtracks.

Vermont’s synth work remain the album’s main attraction, with the extensive array of gear, from Arp Odyssey and Moog Prodigy to Fender Rhodes, Juno and Prophet. Tracks like Chemtrails, Unruh and Gebirge err on the machine side of things, interweaving arpeggiated sequences for atmospheric effect. Slightly menacing synth motives as on Skorbut are balanced with the ambient of Hallo Von Der Anderen Seite and the nostalgic warmth of Demut.

Here’s the first track off the album, Norderney:

The new album is available for pre-order now.

Tracks:

01/A1. Norderney
02/A2. Dschuna
03/A3. Gebirge
04/A4. Demut
05/A5. Ki-Bou
06/B1. Hallo Von Der Anderen Seite
07/B2. Ufer
08/B3. Chanang
09/B4. Wenik
10/B5. Chemtrails
11. Skorbut
12. Langholmen
13 Unruh

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