Audhumla, the cosmic cow fills the heavens. Brutal clicks give way to noise, until the sun shines through in the middle, and we're back where we came from - just slightly changed. (with Dave Lidyard and Darin Brown)
Growth and Form
Smoke billows up from below, trying to take you with it to the world of shadows - the first step on the road back home
Faerie lights dance and float round the wisps of grass and moss - but try as you might you'll never catch one
Through the hazy smoke of the clarinet and soft bass twang, the tendrils of a funky groove seep through, warping time till something finally breaks through
We're finally making contact, but what with? Deities, aliens and humanities spiral around a limitless dubby space.
The sound of a bee drinking nectar with the growth of a crystal flowerscape
Grasping after the elusive essence of space, moving from electronic percussion to a light and skittery drum and bass/dubby groove, as we slide between worlds.
The journey starts amid the ruins of a tune which was lost to an electrical anomaly - all that survived were the building strings captured here.