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Recorded in County Durham, sounds captured in the surrounding area became part of the music. Rain is transformed into white noise, at one point a melody line mimicked by a starling - all the result of endless processes and cycles. The techniques used in creating 'Embers' allegorically mirror these processes.

Arpeggios self-evolve and are interconnected, randomness introduced utilising two similar pairs of synthesizers so that their cycles are ever changing and naturally evolving.

‘Embers’ start and end appear the same allowing it to cycle endlessly - the 2xLP 180g vinyl edition has been created so that the listener can mix the album without breaks across two turntables.

The album artwork itself is an interpretive score of the music, using another media to view the world from a different angle.

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