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Hymns

Moa Pillar

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1
Sun Stood Still
Moa Pillar
3:53
2
Dare
Moa Pillar
10:41
3
Knife Play
Moa Pillar
9:25
4
And the Moon Stopped
Moa Pillar
8:40
5
Cups
Moa Pillar
13:21
Total Playing Time    46:00
Moa Pillar returns with his second LP, ‘Hymns’, on Karelian label Full of Nothing. To be released on July 28th, ‘Hymns’ follows the epic album ‘Humanity’ (2015).

Offering up five tracks of transcendental heavy bass and beats, Moa Pillar (Fedor Pereverzev), slams the worlds of authentic folk, tribal music, forward thinking electronica and dark techno together, unapologetically creating illuminating effects on his latest LP. Refusing to follow convention, Pereverzev produces his own, soul elevating sound art with his eclectic textures and sounds.

Each track on ‘Hymns’ challenges the traditional meaning of its namesake. Even the meditative ‘And the Moon Stopped’ has an undercurrent of darkness offering, itself listening like a sacrifice to the higher energies. Developing a niche sound the producer explains; “my music is all about energy, no physics, it’s about the spirit”.

Pereverzev first rose to prominence during his late teens after setting new age trends in the Russian beats scene circa 2009. Two years after the excellent ‘Hunting' EP, Moa Pillar began to experiment with harder sounds and different forms, leading him to the sounds he creates today. Outside of Moa Pillar, Pereverzev is one of Russia’s leading sound designers and co-founder of audio-production studio, Monoleak – they have recorded music for the likes of NASA and Mercedes. He has also enjoyed great success with film Bonfires and Stars premiered at Visions du Reel Festival, which follows him to the Caucasus where he collaborated with local folk musicians.

Recorded at Monoleak, Moscow. Artwork by Maria Lutskanu. Design by Sergey Skip.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Moa Pillar Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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