Australian producer and ethereal soundscaper Penelope Trappes returns with the haunting ‘Heavenly Spheres’. Using just her voice, an upright piano and an old reel-to-reel, it’s a remarkable record steeped in phantasmal atmospherics and hypnagogic strangeness

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