Published Jan 04, 2013Last year, hazy synth-styler Motion Sickness of Time Travel (aka Rachel Evans) issued an epic, self-titled double LP for Spectrum Spools, but the ambient artist has just dropped a new set via Boomkat Editions. The record is called The Perennials, and it's available now.
While Motion Sickness of Time Travel's Spools release explored longer compositions, a press release for The Perennials explains that Evans is now "channelling her celestial energies into emotive ambient-pop arrangements," which were apparently influenced by progressive '90s trance, Tangerine Dream and Julee Cruise.
You can stream two of the songs from the five-track set down below courtesy of Evans' Bandcamp page, or order the set here. Limited copies have been pressed on purple wax.
2. The Walk of the White Cat
3. The Reynard and the Vixen
4. Foggy Morning
5. The Chord and the Centre