Sphäre Sechs

Sphäre Sechs is an ambient project from Martin Stürtzer (Phelios) and Christian Stritzel.
Their music is recorded in improvised live or studio sessions. They are playing together since 2001 and released their first album “Tiefschlaf” (german for “deep sleep”) with recordings from a sleeping concert that took place in a church in Wuppertal.
The following album “Enceladus” explored Jupiter´s ice-moon. Christian solely uses the Theremin as a sound source and works with an array of analog and digital effect units to create living and breathing soundscapes.
Sphäre Sechs
Spähre Sechs - Transient Lunar Phenomenon

Artist: Sphäre Sechs
P: 2019

The fourth Sphäre Sechs album was recorded during improvised studio sessions. Using a selected set of analog instruments Christian Stritzel and Martin Stürtzer have put together a mystic, slowly evolving ambient sound. A warm cocoon in cold space longing for the enigmas of the solar system and beyond.

Transient Lunar Phenomena are changes in appearance on the lunar surface of unknown origin. Light signals and color changes have been observed since the 6th century. The lunar events were officially cataloged in NASA technical report TR R-277 in 1968.
Martin Stürtzer:
Oberheim Matrix, Waldorf Microwave, Yamaha TG77, Moog Sub37, Eurorack Modular, Moog MF-102, Valhalla DSP, U-HE Repro-1

Christian Stritzel:
Moog Etherwave Pro, Moog MF-102, 105, 107, 108M, Strymon Big Sky & El Capistan, Line6 MM4, Red Panda Tensor & Particle, Boss PS-3 & DD20

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