Sonarpilot Taps Into Greek Mythology With New Electronic Ambient Single, ‘Kronos’

In Ancient Greek Mythology, Kronos was the youngest of the first generations of the Titans, who overthrew his father Uranus, and in turn was overthrown by his own son, Zeus. In the hands of Sonarpilot, the alter ego of producer and digital designer Michael Moppert, ‘Kronos’ becomes a genre-bending electronic soundscape, accompanied by an imaginative visual voyage, created by fractal artist Roger Mader.

SONARPILOT Releases Latest Ambient Soundscape From ‘The Mirage Project, Season 2’ – ‘Strange Flowers’

Comprising electronic musician, and digital designer Michael Moppert, multimedia expert, and computer engineer, Roger Maeder, and DJ Jonny Miller, Sonarpilot is a crew traversing the unknown reaches of a sonic galaxy. Their new release, ‘Strange Flowers’, is the latest drop from the ambient soundscape that is ‘The Mirage Project Season 2’. Strap in – we’re in for an incredible ride.

Sonarpilot – ‘CodeX’ And ‘Imperium’

Sonarpilot is the earth name for Michael Moppert, who holds that there’s a sort of code – a matrix even – that is the basis for all of physical reality. Formed of patterns and rhythms that can’t be detected with our existing devices, could these nonetheless form the very basis of our world, situated just beyond the extremes of our perception? While this might all sound a bit Arthur C Clarke, it’s an interesting theory, and if it exists, it’s very possible that music might be at the heart of it all, and in the hands of electronic multi-instrumentalist Sonarpilot, we could well find out what the truth out there actually is.

Sonarpilot – ‘Fossil’ And ‘City In The Sky’

Michael Moppert performs as Sonarpilot, and takes his inspiration from the sonic risk takers who pushed back the boundaries of music from the 1970s onwards. Rock legends such as David Bowie, Pink Floyd, and Roxy Music, and pioneers of electronic music, such as Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Brian Eno, all provide plenty of fodder for thought for Moppert, who sees them as astronauts disguised as artists, who explored the very reaches of musical space.