January 30, 2017



Merge uses field recordings captured in Chile, Mexico, and the US as displaced instants, unnatural atmospheres, and surreal spatial cues. These sonic fragments are arranged as portals to distorted memories suspended in composition. By altering the vibrations and reflections of our familiar environments, perhaps we can bend and push the lines that traditionally guide our movement through the world.

Artwork by Superficial Studio

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