The Resonance Association release free album

London experimentalist duo The Resonance Association have released new album Impossible Aeons on their own label mrs.vee recordings for free whilst the wait continues for the long-awaited Heliopause full length, now due in the Autumn. According to the band's Daniel Vincent:

We have always spoken about our influences openly, but Impossible Aeons is a different aspect of homage to those artists: fans of legendarily esoteric outfits such as The Shamen and Coil will certainly rejoice in this record, as well as those who wonder how modern electronic music is influencing the progressive scene.

Impossible Aeons can be downloaded from either the mrs.vee website or The Resonance Association's bandcamp page.

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