Texas psychedelic outfit, Golden Dawn Arkestra's debut LP Stargazer is a sonic experiment, blending opulent instrumentation with theatrical visuals that overwhelm the senses. Horns, percussion, synthesizers, vibraphone and bass clarinet are speckled throughout the eight-piece opus like the intergalactic conscious concept they've composed. In their dramatic and expansive sonic world, they wear shimmering robes and allow deep funk grooves to fill any void. Recorded & produced by Erik Wofford (Black Angels, Okkervil River, Octopus Project) in his cathedral of sound on the banks of the Colorado River, Erik's eclectic vibrations provided an eclectic source of direction in a maze of sound and stars.

"Golden Dawn Arkestra hails from a small planet in the constellation Cygnus, light-years away in the outermost reaches of the galaxy. The Arkestra conducts experiments involving space and time travel through the use of sound and movement. Their followers delight in these rituals; all bear witnesses to their higher selves and joyously bask in the eternal light that joins us all as one," their statement reads. Stargazer is out today via Modern Imperial Recordings.