Self-admittedly "somewhere between a lullaby and a dirge" here is just one of the sounds of Brooklyn trio, Sontag Shogun. Called 'The Musk Ox' (and tagged as modern classical), it's a gentle voyage into a cloud-laden world of natural feelings; warm piano chords become heavier after the soft twinklings of the track's beginnings, with buzzing ambient feedback rising up, gleaming glacially as it becomes an electronic blizzard in which the melody is sumptuously lost.

It's not a sudden change, but something gradual, mechanical whirrings and phantomic vox-like sounds float in the air from early on, mixing electronic and organic quite wonderfully. This, by the way, comes from the trio's upcoming new release Tale.

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