13 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A multimedia concept album exploring nature, music and technology. Originally conceived as a way for Iceland’s first daughter to explore her homeland’s 2008 financial crash, it became a classically experimental art explosion, with 10 interlinked apps and a four-continent-wide educational program. Phonically, it’s typically cinematic, with space-like extremities. There are twinkly dubstep underpinnings on lead single “Crystalline”, gothic organ darkness with “Thunderbolt”, floating heavenliness on “Cosmogony”, and enveloping percussiveness with “Virus”.  

EDITORS’ NOTES

A multimedia concept album exploring nature, music and technology. Originally conceived as a way for Iceland’s first daughter to explore her homeland’s 2008 financial crash, it became a classically experimental art explosion, with 10 interlinked apps and a four-continent-wide educational program. Phonically, it’s typically cinematic, with space-like extremities. There are twinkly dubstep underpinnings on lead single “Crystalline”, gothic organ darkness with “Thunderbolt”, floating heavenliness on “Cosmogony”, and enveloping percussiveness with “Virus”.  

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