Steel Monkey Sound Sculptures - From Russia With Monkey-Love

While the Handpan instruments of Steel Monkey Sound Sculptures might not be as large, or indeed ferocious, as the giant steel-made "Robot-Kong", from the movie, King Kong Escapes. Should you ever find your home-land terrorized by an oversized, and very ticked-off giant gorilla - instead of building yourself a metal-monkey of epic-proportions with which to battle him to the death, you may well fare better by grabbing yourself one of the sweet-sounding singing-steel UFOs of Steel Monkey Sound Sculptures, and attempting to lull said Kong into a more passive and relaxed state instead.  Serenading and soothing the beast...



Based in Russia, the Steel Monkey Sound Sculptures team consists of Roman Elizarjev and Vitaliy 'IVA' Ivanov.  Two self-described Pantam-enthusiasts turned makers - the Steel Monkey guys are students of Anton Zakharov of Siberia Sound Sculptures.  And have also been working with, or at least obtaining materials (presumably shells) from the SPB crew, headed by Victor Levinson - which demonstrates some serious pedigree right out of the gates.  And you can listen to the Steel Monkey team's most recent offering below...



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