The fourth studio album from this artist from Ukraine.
Antony Kalugin plays all instruments on this album. I guess all of them keyboards and computer programmed. Thee is also some vocals used as an instrument on this album.
Covid 19 isolation has meant a very extended stay in a studio'ish like building and room in the case of Antony Kalugin.
This is the third or fourth album from him during the Covid 19 pandemic.
And none of them has been bad either. None of these albums has been a punishment for the rest of us. 2020 will very probably go down as his best ever year, quality albums wise.
This album consist of two tracks. Marshmallow and Moondust. The digital versions also gives you medley versions of these two tracks.
Both Marshmallow and Moondust hits the twenty minutes and twenty seconds mark exactly. 20.20 in other words.
The music is lush instrumental symphonic prog with some Eastern European folk rock influences.
All of this is instrumental and all of it is slightly a-mad-professor-and-his-keyboards stuff as in some of the stuff that arrived from the Eastern Bloc and Russia after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
There is some eccentric madness in the music on Marshmallow Moondust. A lot of it, in fact. Nevertheless, the music is good though.
Check out this album.