Archive for March, 2015
One part profound percussive study, one part earthquake prophecy.
An intermingling of unconscious place and hidden intention, weaving musicality and memory into field recording fabric.
Chameleonic vocal improvisation, spread across five live performances at various venues.
Microtonal flowers and the throb of stasis.
Burst pipes and alien fog, trapped somewhere between tranquility and sheer panic.
120 minutes of uninhabited Nordic landscapes, liberated by the absence of human rationale.