Fever Dreams

27,00

in stock

why we love this

It evokes visions of an impending apocalypse, where the world is draped in a haunting beauty as it gracefully embraces its inevitable end. Kate's deliberate selection and arrangement of the sound palette intensifies the immersive and transportive nature of the experience.

about the record

“Composed during one of London's endless dark and locked down winters, Fever Dreams is a fantastical, speculative take on high density living. From dark, mouldy rooms, subterranean depths, symbiosis and multi-species entanglements, it cloaks itself in the claustrophobia, excitement and despair of living in a metropolis. It is a work which both celebrates and fears the weeds, spores, vermin and grime of London. The dark fantasies, frustrations, and utopian aspirations of its urban survivors. Frozen plastic bags, cramped living quarters, the kindness of strangers, the desperate unfairness of who gets what and when. Almost getting there but not quite. Being overcome by emotion for no reason. Unexpectedly moved, inexplicably destroyed. The never still, forever unfolding moments which comprise living on top of each other. Sinking and swimming; together/apart.”

— Kate Carr

  1. 1 - Sulfuric Haze 2:40
  2. 2 - Disassembling 9:28
  3. 3 - A Remora on the Underside of a Manta Ray 3:42
  4. 4 - Vast Wings Oscillating 8:27
  5. 5 - Swimming in a Spiral 2:18
  6. 6 - Planktonic Clouds 4:04
  7. 7 - And in that Silence I Found a Clue 1:59

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Fever Dreams

27,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Sulfuric Haze 2:40
  2. 2 - Disassembling 9:28
  3. 3 - A Remora on the Underside of a Manta Ray 3:42
  4. 4 - Vast Wings Oscillating 8:27
  5. 5 - Swimming in a Spiral 2:18
  6. 6 - Planktonic Clouds 4:04
  7. 7 - And in that Silence I Found a Clue 1:59

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why we love this

It evokes visions of an impending apocalypse, where the world is draped in a haunting beauty as it gracefully embraces its inevitable end. Kate's deliberate selection and arrangement of the sound palette intensifies the immersive and transportive nature of the experience.

about the record

“Composed during one of London's endless dark and locked down winters, Fever Dreams is a fantastical, speculative take on high density living. From dark, mouldy rooms, subterranean depths, symbiosis and multi-species entanglements, it cloaks itself in the claustrophobia, excitement and despair of living in a metropolis. It is a work which both celebrates and fears the weeds, spores, vermin and grime of London. The dark fantasies, frustrations, and utopian aspirations of its urban survivors. Frozen plastic bags, cramped living quarters, the kindness of strangers, the desperate unfairness of who gets what and when. Almost getting there but not quite. Being overcome by emotion for no reason. Unexpectedly moved, inexplicably destroyed. The never still, forever unfolding moments which comprise living on top of each other. Sinking and swimming; together/apart.”

— Kate Carr

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