Motion Sickness of Time Travel Heads to Spectrum Spools for New Album

Motion Sickness of Time Travel Heads to Spectrum Spools for New Album
Ambient 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