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MEGALOPHOBE - Debut EP Out Now And Available For Streaming

New York City-based experimental soloist Megalophobe has self-released its proper debut EP, Megalophobe, which is now streaming via Bandcamp. On the self-titled debut, Megalophobe's Benjamin Levitt weaves a minimalist-yet-expansive spectrum of ambient soundscapes. Otherworldly tranquility is intermittently met with curious instability, with layers of transformational effects swirling through the mix of accordion, effects, bass, percussion, and more, and more. Levitt delivers nearly twenty-five minutes of intriguing, ambient bliss through four extensive tracks ranging from just over four minutes to nearly nine-and-a-half minutes in length, some of which was captured live on the porch of a remote Catskills cabin, while the rest was created at Levitt's home base of Forked Audio in Brooklyn. The EP's lead track, "A Field Of Wind Turbines In The Foreground", sees Levitt joined by Gridfailuire's David Brenner who supplies effects-laden synth, percussion, and theremin to the song. The entire EP is available for streaming in the player below. Link