"This collection of tracks spans from 2017 to early 2021 - from my parent's house to my apartment - and encapsulates various periods in my life that range from hopeful to dreary to drunken to everything else in between. I started out making ambient, calming music as my father was introducing me to meditation in an attempt to get me off alcohol. Sadly I went back on it after only a short time and so a transition occurred where I started making a lot more expressive and even aggressive things. Many different inspirations bleed into these recordings: from (of course) Godspeed You! Black Emperor to Alexander Brandon and Steve Roach and the like. Even inspiration from the mid-fi/lo-fi/hi-fi scenes found its way into the recordings here and there. Stay tuned for more to come hopefully in the near future."
Scott Meade, Franklin WI, April 2021
"A lot has been written about experimental, electronic music like this - quite a bit of it revealing more about the pretension of the writer than the merit of the artist. Perhaps it's just easier to impose our own impressions or values where there are no words to distract us? This collection, spanning a troubled and confounding period both for the artist and the world at large, evokes by turns the wide-open spaces of the midwest, the unnerving claustrophobia of an inner-city underpass, and the cinematic sweep of a drive along an empty interstate. It's like David Lynch selected the soundtrack to Chris Petit's 'Radio On' while he was avidly reading Michel Foucault. And if that sounds unsettling - it's because it is!"