We’ve slept on this one a bit — somewhat fittingly as our ability to post music is occasionally measured on a planetary timeframe. But here we are with an album that accompanies a feature length film. A film about Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter that may well support life under its icy surface.
Malevolence In Blue comes towards the end of the album (you can hear the final track, Lox Moon coming in at the end). It’s a rare moment of momentum on an album largely focussed on texture. A moment of consciousness within the watery maelstrom of nature that occupied the other tracks.
Malevolence In Blue is taken from Jonas Reinhardt’s album + film, Ganymede. You can pick up a copy of both right here.