Following composing works for concert music, Anthony always wanted to make an album of "sound worlds",and pieces that were experimental, exploratory and meditative in nature. With "Emotionale Landschaften" (German for "emotional landscapes"), Anthony drew inspiration specifically from the works of Bjork, Brian Eno, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Colin Stetson, Pharoah Sanders, and Ryoji Ikeda, all of whom made albums with lush instrumentation, experimental musical methods, and uncompromising vision. Using saxophone, vocals, and synthesizers as the main textural colors in his music pallet, Bannach uses these as the foundation point of his driven and experimental sonic painting.
I can't wait to see the response, good or bad, haha. Also if you buy it, thanks a million, as I always appreciate the cash! (and you know, supporting my music).