HIP Video Promo Presents: Sonarpilot releases “Pandora” music video on Music-News.com

For intrepid electronic producer Sonarpilot (Michael Moppert), “Pandora” is a source of inspiration – and the final release of the 2nd season of “The Mirage Project”.

BASEL, SWITZERLAND, November 3, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — MUSIC-NEWS.com | First video of Sonarpilot ‘Pandora’

The Ancients did not consider her a hero. But for modern people, it’s hard not to sympathize with Pandora. When you’re given a mysterious box and the authorities tell you never to open it, who among us could resist peeking? Pandora’s fame has outlived that of many Greek gods because of what she represents: curiosity, insatiability, rebellion, the spirit of inquiry and, above all, the irresistible will to look down. beyond the barrier of consciousness and into the realm of weirdness and wonder – it speaks directly to our desires. It is not surprising that artists revere her: all of her features are essential to their work.

For Michael Moppert, the brilliant and intrepid electronic producer behind the award-winning Sonarpilot project, “Pandora” is a source of inspiration – and the title of his latest release. For decades he was fascinated by things beyond the veil of understanding; his entire career as an artist has been devoted to exploration. And indeed, Sonarpilot’s recordings sound like transmissions from a strange parallel universe. Maybe he’s getting messages from another star. Perhaps it explores deep and unexplored places in the collective human soul. Does Sonarpilot really capture the cosmic vibes of its analog synthesizers and vintage drum machines? We can say this: no one else in this quadrant makes music that sounds quite like it.

Like an ambitious director of filmed entertainment, he has organized his recent work into seasons, combining his tracks with spectacularly dense, otherworldly digital animation. The Mirage Project’s first season music videos were extremely hypnotic interplays of digitally simulated colors, shapes and illuminations. It could be details from the innards of a spaceship, from the surface of the most complex microchip on the planet, or from the most Byzantine dream of an android.

Now he’s back with the second season of The Mirage Project, and we’re both excited and terrified to say he’s ripping the lid off Pandora’s box and throwing it away. “Pandora” is the richest, weirdest, most breathtaking journey Sonarpilot has ever taken us, and it’s paired the composition with a video that matches its majesty. It shares an unprecedented digital landscape of shattered spheres, towering crystalline formations and interlocking metallic planes beneath distant stars and heavy rust-colored skies. Every sequence in the clip is transportive, and every frame in the eight-minute video is a memorable work of art. These are the forces unleashed when the box is torn open: they are dangerous, changeable, hypnotic, epic and, ultimately, hopeful.

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