Available for the first time outside Japan, another epic album of symphonic
schizophrenic avant-rock from legendary band Univers Zéro (limited marbled vinyl edition).
Available for the first time outside Japan, and on LP and CD, Phosphorescent
Dreams is another epic album of symphonic schizophrenic avant-rock
from Univers Zéro, originally released in 2014—only on CD—on the Japanese
Phosphorescent Dreams presents at the same time, in the same track,
even on a single moment, the complex musical schemes and ways of Univers
Zéro, ranging from maximalism to minimalism, classical avant-garde with a
2020 vibe in a constant flux.
In a blend of tension constantly emerging from a subtle dialogue between
avant-rock and contemporary influences, harmonies and dissonance, Phosphorescent
Dreams is a balanced formula of old-school know-how reshaped almost
40 years after the released of the seminal LP Univers Zéro.
Univers Zéro are an instrumental progressive Belgian band formed in 1974 by drummer Daniel Denis. The band is known for playing dark music heavily influenced by 20th century chamber music.