PAUL KEREKES, keyboards, cello
BRENDON RANDALL-MYERS, guitars
DANIEL SCHLOSBERG, keyboards
BENJAMIN WALLACE, percussion
FAY WANG, vocals

 

Aphelia - IAN GOTTLIEB

An object sitting at the furthest reaches of visibility gradually glides towards you; as it approaches, its features magnify, sharpen, and elaborate in exponentially greater detail.

Into You - DANIEL SCHLOSBERG

I creep behind your eyes  
(a hostile takeover)
Sand falls beside you
(time wasted; time gained)
I make myself comfortable inside your neck
(writing the new you)

Memory Etude - PAUL KEREKES

Paying homage to a Fay Wang melody from Dissections, Memory Etude alters one’s experience of the melody by changing only its rhythmic profile. In sections where the original melody appears, it is surrounded by new textures, simulating the experience of recalling things from the past but failing to fully recapture its entirety.

Everyday Objects - BRENDON RANDALL-MYERS

obsesses over the mundane, scrutinizing from every angle in thehopes that it will become something new.

The Quintessence (III) - BENJAMIN WALLACE

Enter the Soil - Fay Wang

obsesses over the mundane, scrutinizing from every angle in thehopes that it will become something new.

The World as a Nail - BRENDON RANDALL-MYERS

seeks a transcendental voice in a chorus of hammers.