Mondays can be tough. With the last gasp of great weather and outdoor venues closing down for the season, Sunday fundays are giving their last hurrah with a furry. If you are still hurting today, new producer duo Superposition have released their dark and somber ambient album A00/ No Mind.
Superposition is comprised of The Glitch Mob’s Justin Boreta and programmer and musician Matthew Davis, who does A/V work for Drake and performs in the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Davis also built the software for The Glitch mob’s first Blade set up.
The new album is 37 minutes of meditative and contemplative ambient music. The songs each match a sort of mood, action or feeling. The opener, “Submerge” has heaviness to it with deep and rumbling synths carrying the LP into the brighter “Constellation.” You can feel the synths almost dissipating around you on "Dissolve."
The album grows and morphs with new elements like strings and quivering synths that help shape this sublime LP. It is what you hope to hear from this type of an ambient album that can help your zone out, zone in or even fall asleep. It is a seamless listen as songs easily blend into one another, but still have their own unique qualities.
Stream A00/ No Mind now and get a copy here.