Water Memory began as an imagination of the feelings that are floating through the natural world around us. It morphed and cycled and gained memories of my own which are now contained like those in all bodies.
Have you ever looked up into the sky at night, and it seemed that you could see beyond the stars? How many times have you looked up, but how few do you actually remember? I remember two times: The sky seemed to roll, the stars flickering in the humidity of the late-August evening. It makes... Continue Reading →
Cascade Symmetry is the culmination of an intense and transformative year-long period. It is an ode to new beginnings and the disintegration of the past.
I'm spending the days cataloging books and filling the shelves of the new library. In the early afternoons, the new library employees come in and we learn about their system, and how to work it. It's a 4km walk out of the edge of town, along the hills and red dirt roads with broken palms... Continue Reading →
A study in deliberately soothing textures designed to give the listener space to find stillness and collapse into rest - late night lullabies. How To Disappear Completely presents Mer de Revs II, second installment of our experimental sleep music project. Almost eighty minutes of new music composed and recorded over twelve month period (a song... Continue Reading →
Loss is the long-awaited and anticipated follow-up to Marcus Fischer’s acclaimed Monocoastal (12k1063, 2010). Fischer created Loss over several years, finding inspiration to complete it during his time at the Robert Rauschenberg Residency in Captiva, Florida, in early 2017. The album is a particularly emotional work as Fischer explored what loss means to him and... Continue Reading →
Warmth's new ambient album 'Home' is the first vinyl release on Archives. Comes in a Double Vinyl with pictures by Alexander Kopatz. Also on Double CD with each one of the original pieces revisited by talented artists, including: Hotel Neon, SineRider, Leandro Fresco, Purl, SVLBRD, Chris Weeks, Tone Color and Robert Farrugia.