color as time


A new ensemble that inhabits the blur between classical, jazz, folk, and experimental textures. Playing at the edges of the composed and the improvised, the music is inspired by Elliott Carter's and Olivier Messiaen's time-stretching compositional techniques, immersed in a love for contrapuntal textures, and occupies a harmonic world redolent of jazz musicians from Bill Evans to Duke Ellington to Wayne Shorter.

To hear and learn more, click on the album cover or head over to Bandcamp here.


this light used to be a mountain