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BNM038 Conquest Of The Moon

by Penterakt

  • Digital Album
    Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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      €7 EUR  or more

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  • Limited Edition Penterakt CD
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Glassmastered cd, comes in a 4 page digisleeve, limited to 200 copies.

    Includes unlimited streaming of BNM038 Conquest Of The Moon via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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Taken from (where you can find a much cheaper download of the album ;-) )
"Yes, yes, we are still working on a full Kubusschnitt album, but sometimes things get in the way, like life, work and that pesky virus. So, to keep you interested here’s a release from Tom and me (Andy) under the name Penterakt. We were going to go for some strange combination of upper and lower case letters alluding to Belgium and the UK, but that would have been just too wEIrD.

These four tracks were created before, during, after and again during lockdown and passed between us - at this point it’s difficult to tell who played what as there’s quite a bit going on. There’s even a slightly different mastering method on this release, so it really is pointing to that future full release with all of that additional goodness that Ruud brings to the music.

All four tracks are based around a live sequencer recording, with the other parts added after that initial recording. Only analogue synths were harmed during those initial sequencer recordings - after that, all bets were off, so it’s a real mixture of instruments.

We hope that you enjoy it, do let us know if we’re doing something right."


released December 25, 2020

Credits, thanks and recommendations:

Tom and Andy used the TGM technique on this release, and we both think it worked rather well.

Cover photography by Owann Photography and NASA, composited into surreality by Tom.

If you want more music while you wait for the next Kubusschnitt album, you can always check out Andy’s The Soviet Space Dog Project ( or Tom’s hyperkube ( to see who exactly is more into 70s TD and who prefers 80s TD.


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