Carapace

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Processed guitar, broken cassette loops and found field recordings. "Carapace" represents a peaceful collapse of the world as we know it, returning to the lagoon where it all started.

"Sequences' Carapace is similarly haunted, with dark notes arriving early on “The Dissipated Plain”. This is the sound of dilapidated buildings and radioactive fallout, with something moving in the shadows. One can imagine scouring through the debris, looking for anything salvageable, coming up with a few rusted cans and a jagged knife. Take it ~ you’ll need it. The bass of “Towards the Surface” implies an unseen enemy, its footsteps heard on “Dormant” among the sound of breaking trees. If it breaks cover, run."
- A Closer Listen

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released November 23, 2016

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"The searing rise of sonic scapes portraying the imperturbable depth and infinitude of winter.

Sultry feedback saturated static lays foundations for the purest hints of tonal harmony to shine through - they meander and wallow in a glorious middle ground that jostles constantly amidst the furrow of feedback and dirt."
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