Glass Museum are the Belgian duo which include pianist and producer Antoine Filipo and drummer Martin Grégoire. Their music is inspired by bands and artists as GoGo Penguin and Badbadnotgood, Jon Hopkins and Floating Points. The sound combines pure traditional jazz, orchestral arrangements, and the mathematics of electronic music.
They have announced the release of a new album called Reflet which will be out oN April 29th via Sdban Ultra. Title-track is the first excerpt. According to the press release, An art piece inspired by another kind of travel, the track is personal and introspective. In these difficult times, with the writing being guided by the two musicians’ interior travels, ‘Reflet’ brings a new duality for Glass Museum between reality, the wake of experiences and evasion through imagination. That match between reality and dream is at the core of that dreamlike experience which witnesses a dialogue between the organic instrumentals and electronic beats. The piano brings forth Eastern sounds which progressively tell a languishing tale whilst electronic flows, underline a sense of urgency, that of time passing by in a somewhat worrying way.
Check the official video below.