The 1991 LP will be available again this summer following a successful Kickstarter campaign.
The Norwegian ambient veteran Geir Jenssen first sent Microgravity to Nettwerk subsidiary SSR, who dismissed the full-length as unmarketable. After releasing the album on Norway's Origo Sound, Apollo gave it a wide release and jump-started his 20-plus year career at the forefront of ambient electronics.
Microgravity followed Jenssen's work with the group Bel Canto, and retained rhythmic structures largely absent in later works, such as his 1997's classic Substrata. Earlier this year, Janssen launched a successful Kickstarter campaign which will see his first solo LP reissued on triple-vinyl, CD and digital. The new version also includes seven unreleased tracks recorded between 1990 and 1991. Stefan Betke, AKA Pole, remastered the album.
02. Baby Satellite
04. The Fairy Tale
05. Cloudwalker II
08. Baby Interphase
09. Biosphere II
11. Avenue 2.3
15. Dewy Fields
Biophon will reissue Microgravity on June 23rd, 2015.