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Leaving Memory is a searing distillation of Piper Spray and Lena Tsibizova’s ouevre - it’s eleven prismatic electronic seances combining for a mind warping wormhole with it’s own internal (il)logic, where pop, ambient, and industrial music convene beneath a rugged HD of digital processing and brain fog. Equally rosy with nostalgia as it is ominously forward looking, Leaving Memory defies easy categorization and makes for an astounding, confounding listen.

By turns violently abrasive and disarmingly touching, Piper and Lena deploy sounds that fracture and disintegrate, burn up and explode, synthetic supernovas that give the record an unmistakable, inimitable texture. Song structures often abide by their own blueprint - heading in one direction before making an abrupt dive elsewhere. Bursts of vibrant colour lurk below layers of grayscale noise. Unidentifiable voices deliver secret messages from the murk. When rhythm’s emerge they ground the tracks to some unknown terrain and invigorate.

  1. 1 - Backwater 2:23
  2. 2 - Lame Line 5:36
  3. 3 - Exit 3:06
  4. 4 - Diagnosis 3:56
  5. 5 - Summer Rain 4:29
  6. 6 - Keeper Of The Void 3:29
  7. 7 - Beryl Grey 2:12
  8. 8 - How To Look At People Correctly 5:11
  9. 9 - Lost Cars 3:57
  10. 10 - Time Selection 3:33
  11. 11 - Shin 2:41

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29,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Backwater 2:23
  2. 2 - Lame Line 5:36
  3. 3 - Exit 3:06
  4. 4 - Diagnosis 3:56
  5. 5 - Summer Rain 4:29
  6. 6 - Keeper Of The Void 3:29
  7. 7 - Beryl Grey 2:12
  8. 8 - How To Look At People Correctly 5:11
  9. 9 - Lost Cars 3:57
  10. 10 - Time Selection 3:33
  11. 11 - Shin 2:41

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about the record

Leaving Memory is a searing distillation of Piper Spray and Lena Tsibizova’s ouevre - it’s eleven prismatic electronic seances combining for a mind warping wormhole with it’s own internal (il)logic, where pop, ambient, and industrial music convene beneath a rugged HD of digital processing and brain fog. Equally rosy with nostalgia as it is ominously forward looking, Leaving Memory defies easy categorization and makes for an astounding, confounding listen.

By turns violently abrasive and disarmingly touching, Piper and Lena deploy sounds that fracture and disintegrate, burn up and explode, synthetic supernovas that give the record an unmistakable, inimitable texture. Song structures often abide by their own blueprint - heading in one direction before making an abrupt dive elsewhere. Bursts of vibrant colour lurk below layers of grayscale noise. Unidentifiable voices deliver secret messages from the murk. When rhythm’s emerge they ground the tracks to some unknown terrain and invigorate.

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