|1||Accepting The Aftermath||8:41|
|2||Search For Normality||7:38|
|3||Search For Normality (Reprise)||11:38|
|6||When You Think Everything Is Alright...||10:41|
|PROJEKT317||Stratosphere||Aftermath (CD, Album)||Projekt||PROJEKT317||US||2015|
Aftermath, the second Projekt release from Belgium’s Stratosphere (. Ronald Mariën), is built upon layering shimmers of guitar and bass-generated tones and drones. The album’s core seems inspired by post-rock, drone ambient and the work of Fripp & Eno, yet it speaks its own expressive voice.
Album · 2015 · 6 Songs. More By Stratosphere. See All. In a Place of Mutual Understanding.
On Aftermath, Stratosphere continues to explore the consequences of a darker period of life, still feeding on his recent experiences which influence compositions towards tension and emotional outbursts not found on early Stratosphere releases. These moods are translated into six tracks of an introspective, personal nature. Like Serries’ release, Aftermath is the second album by Stratosphere to appear on Projekt, and Mariën likewise is responsible for all of the sounds on the hour-long release. But there are more differences than similarities between the two.
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Artist:Stratosphere Title Of Album: Aftermath Year Of Release:2015 Label:Projekt – PROJEKT317 Genre:Ambient, Drone Quality:mp3, Flac (tracks+.