Kösmonaut II (Orange)

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The second ‘Deep Distance‘ full length for March here, sees a welcome return from Texan Patrick R. Park‘s ‘Kosmonaut‘ project. Having kicked off this on-off Great Pop Supplement sister label in late 2011, we're treated to another epic full length of deep spaced out zones recalling the rich ‘Cyborg-esque' tones and pulse of Schulze, Froese / Tangerine Dream and Conrad Schnitzler in tandem with latter day Kosmische heroes like Mist, Umberto and Expo 70 (whose own full length features next on the label here).
The first installment disappeared within a week of release, and subsequent killer releases on his own ‘Ethereal Mother' tapes not to mention other quick fire Deep Distance sell outs mark this one firmly down in a "snooze and lose" situation…
Once again housed in a minimal single colour themed packaging design as a homage to the incredible project of private press / gallery edition Schnitzler releases from ‘73 onwards. Embossed with inserts galore and hand numbered in an edition of 300 copies. - Deep Distance

"Shadowy Texan synthkraut practitioner Patrick “Kosmonaut” Park is back again after a busy couple of years of releases including the very first release on GPS’s cosmic Deep Distance offshoot. I snoozed and missed out on a copy of the first one and have kicked myself ever since, so it’s nice to see he’s done another.
Tapes and CDs he’s done since that first LP have showcased a more laid back and droney side to his output but this one here is just as lively and eventful as the previous Deep Distance offering, replete with analogue pulses, drones, tinkles and shudders which glide intuitively along, displaying a clarity of vision and lightness of touch which is hard to imitate. He mixes elements of krautrock, techno and horror soundtracks for a beguiling and sometimes chaotic journey into the outer reaches of your consciousness, flooding your senses with Decimus-esque dread throbs and Jonas Munk-like repetitive synthplay. If you like driving, spaced out astral synth stuff like Roedelius, Kluster, Harmonia or the aforementioned Munk then this is sure to interest you. Very limited and a bargain price too!" - Norman Records

"Housed in debossed wrap-around jacket, Texan kosmische explorer Patrick R. Park returns to The Great Pop Supplement's Deep Distance subprint on board a black disc of twelve succinct tributes to the original synth music of Conrad Schnitzler, Edgar Froese, Ash Ra. Strong motorik rhythms set a trajectory to deep space, taking in shuttle-rattling polyrhythms, doomy widescreen majesty and panicky dissonance very much in the vein of Conrad Schnitzler's most detached and rugged productions, and sharing lots in common with modern day types such as Jonas Reinhardt or Expo 70 at his wildest." - Boomkat

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released March 13, 2013

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