Penumbra

by Klaus Morlock

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Simon Magus Amazing, haunting and beautiful stuff Favorite track: The Chamber of Lost Dreams.
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Benedict Roff-Marsh Klaus ignores fashion and makes truly perfect music to suit his vision of 70's spooky movies. Favorite track: Lovely Molly.
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shaun rogan Klaus Morlock continues his dream-like journey through a past that never existed. This time slightly more drawn out composition that still deliver his trademark sense of unease, of whispers in adjacent rooms, of half seen figures in thicket of sound. The sense of never being quite at home. Favorite track: With Ladybird.
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James Griffin Magick, deep black and sublime... Favorite track: With Ladybird.
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In April 1974, 17-year-old Londoner Molly Kingston disappeared. Three years later, her family received a letter, apparently written by Molly, stating that she had “attained the highest state of spiritual bliss”, and that her “dreams” had been “harvested” by a “celestial organization” called Penumbra. The letter went on to claim that Molly, and her “spirit twin” Ladybird had acquired the long-sought-after ability to infiltrate the dreams of those whose dreams are “ripe for harvest”.

Over the next two weeks, six young women from in and around Salisbury, Wiltshire, disappeared. All six, who were apparently strangers to each other, left identical letters revealing that Molly and Ladybird had “come for” them, and that they “joyfully” had “surrendered” to the “bliss that is Penumbra”. Neither Molly, nor any of the young women, were ever seen again.

This album is a musical interpretation of what happened in April 1974, after Molly Kingston disappeared.

credits

released February 15, 2016

Klaus Morlock: Mellotron, Optigan, ARP Odyssey, Mini Moog, tape manipulation.
Emily Thornton: Vibes, tape manipulation.
John Murray: Bass.

All tracks written and recorded by Klaus Morlock.


The music on this album is free, but 100% of all voluntary payments will be donated to S.A.F.E., an animal rescue charity here in Los Angeles. S.A.F.E. rescues animals who are sick, and saves them from being euthanized by placing them with loving families. You can find out more about S.A.F.E. by clicking the link:
www.safeanimalrescue.com

Special thanks to Dave Spiers and Chris Macleod at www.gforcesoftware.com

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Klaus Morlock Scotland, UK

Klaus Morlock has woken up from a historical nightmare just in time to participate in another.

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