A stunning debut release by Jordan Christoff, presenting a universal sound, that is both cosmic and also drawn from the living oceans on this earth. Jordan paints sonic landscapes with synth experimentations, no computer screens, but a full acoustic world that draws from contemporary ambient sonic landscapes, a sound that is also committed to honouring the roots, clearly inspired by composers like Eduard Artemyev and the sounds of Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares. Jordan is a Macedonian in the diaspora, living in the rain forests of traditional Lkwungen territory, an awesome musician, but also a human committed to justice and engaged in supporting struggles for indigenous emancipation from colonialism. This is a beautiful album, made from the heart and one that aims to share a vision of peace through sonic tapestries.
released February 26, 2019
Music by Jordan Christoff
Mastering by t e l e p a t h
Artwork and Design by Jordan Christoff and Steven Ramsey
As presumptuous as the following may sound, I don't think I need to explain this album's perfection. Just listen to it. This is one of those rare instances where you can believe the hype. catfoodcanopener
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