Formed in Athens, Ga, Glimmer In The Ganzfeld is the musical endeavor of multi-instrumentalist Micah Proffer. After many failed attempts of keeping a solid band going with other musicians, Micah decided it was time to take things into his own hands, where he wouldn't have to rely on anyone other than himself for the creation of music and formed GITG. The name "Glimmer In The Ganzfeld" can actually be interpreted in quite a few different ways. "Glimmer" does not only mean "flicker," it is also the Icelandic word for "Micah." "Ganzfeld" is a German word meaning "a featureless field," though it is to be interpreted in a couple different ways in this particular case. Some of the name's meanings range from "a glimmer in a featureless field" to "Micah in the state of mind that leads to musical ideas becoming tangible arrangements." Words such as "warm, nostalgic, epic, ambient, and emotional" have all been used to describe the music of Glimmer In The Ganzfeld, so if you're in a contemplative mood and in search of a soundtrack to guide your introspection, this may just be the music for you.
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