“re-visits the abstract worlds once so comfortably the playground of the late Delia Derbyshire - worlds that are still by and large unknown and unmapped … exploring cosmic voids, translating dialects from unseen inner universes”-SINGLED OUT, LOSINGTODAY

Mary St John creates an analog, electronic other-world of synthetic sound and vocoded choirs blending into washes of hazy noise and impossibly enormous artificial spaces, capturing sparkling drones and abstract percussive cacophony in a sonic playground of moogs and analog delay, strange echos and reverbs, white noise, and bleeps.

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