Published Mar 21, 2012Ambient synth wizard Rachel Evans is already on a prolific pace with her Motion Sickness of Time Travel project, having released the Seeping Through the Veil of the Unconscious tape in 2010 and the Exclaim!-approved follow-up Luminaries & Synastry in 2011, which we praised for its "droning vocal swoons, metallic synthesizers and reverb-drenched arpeggios." Up next for the artist is a self-titled double-LP set to be released this spring.
A press release explains that Motion Sickness of Time Travel arrives on May 15 through Editions Mego sub-label Spectrum Spools, and the record is apparently poised to take Evans's music to the next level. While it's said that the sprawling collection, featuring four side-long pieces each clocking in at over 20 minutes, isn't entirely removed from her past work, the new collection shifts from the "murky, mysterious haze of the older recordings into a highly addictive concentrate of airy tones and gem-like glow."
For now, you can see the tracklist down below and the cover above.
Motion Sickness of Time Travel:
1. The Dream
2. The Center
3. Summer of the Cat's Eye
4. One Perfect Moment