Coming very soon out of our trans-dimensional oven to becoming a listening possibility for you, I’m psyched to announce The Perpetual Maybe spacemix.
This album is perplexing, but utterly raw in its truthfulness. It’s somewhat inviting (especially due to the spacemixing), but brings you to a kind of salty DMT zone to ride some emotional turbulence reflecting my deepest truth at the time. Vocals aren’t there, then they are, alien sounds constantly pop in strange ways, energy modulates from hard and soft, while the seamless nature of the album presents an odd-but-honest message. Can you understand it?
In short, it touches the heart of reality, while taking you far away from it.
The original album was released in 2007, and it was (and since it’s still available, is) a tragically roughly “overmixed” result, because I had no ability to have a professional engineer mix it.
I deeply enjoyed the production that I put a lot of work into from the beginning of the millennium, and after hearing the wonderfully engineered Shpongle album Nothing Lasts But Nothing Is Lost, I wanted The Perpetual Maybe to be engineered similarly well.
So being the roll-up-my-sleeves kinda man, I started learning how to mix in my apartment, and thus began the long and arduous journey to the spacemixing and overall engineering techniques now employed still in my apartment (albeit it different one fwiw).
In the middle of that journey, the first release of The Perpetual Maybe hit the listening land, but it sounds nowhere near as good as I desired.
It’s as if the album was actually meant by reality to be published now, as the album feels nicely resolved to me now.
A release date is soon incoming. As I’m writing this, I’m listening to the finalized mix for verification, so it really won’t be long now.