The Naxatras Single "All the Stars Collide Into a Single Ray" was originally released on September 17, 2017. It was spontaneously recorded in the space of around six hours, including setting up (!), using exclusively analog equipment, mostly containing vacuum tubes. Now we bring it to you as a DSD Single at NativeDSD Music.
Producer and Recording Engineer J. I. Agnew says "If you have a hard-rocking band, performing all together through vacuum tube amplifiers, cranked up loud, and you capture this through 2-3 good microphones with vacuum tube recording electronics, going straight to analog tape pushed to the limit, then you will not only record music but the true passion and excitement of rock'n'roll along with it. All the blood, the sweat, and the tears that have defined this genre from the very early days. This is how it was done back in the day and this is still how it is done."
"[...] It’s a nine-minute gentle nudge into the ethereal that even as it gets heavier stays low key and laid back, the subdued intro holding sway for the duration despite a swinging verse taking hold.