The water glass un-spills itself and recollects its transparent body,
she wonders in a reversed memory.
The debut single of IMA, Ende portraits the beginning of awakening to the aftermath of destruction and devastation. Percussionist Nava Dunkelman (JP) and electronic sound artist Amma Ateria (HK), depicts noise music of Japanese poetry by deconstructing and dissolving heavy music through meticulous, industrial, and filmic instrumentation.
released October 24, 2018
1,2,3 recorded by Myles Boisen (Guerrilla Recording)
4 recorded by Jay Pelicci (New, Improved Recording)
Mixed by Amma Ateria and mastered by
Adam Hirsch (Tiny Telephone)
I recommend you to pay serious attention to this album! The artist demonstrates a crazy talent, with great expressiveness and incredible mastery of sound. The musical pieces are out of the ordinary, at a higher level. The atmosphere is confusing, colorful, sometimes dreamlike, sometimes nightmarish. It's incredible!!! drone2805
Gum chewing combined with Contrabass hums inside a cave.
A big giant snake that is dreaming with three headed dogs roaring.
Strings and Papers attached to the very center of earth.
And woooods wooodss woooods everywhere