♫♪  Motion Sickness of Time Travel - Subterranean

Rachel Evans’ Motion Sickness of Time Travel project has produced a seemingly endless string of solid material. We here at Tiny Mix Tapes have touched on this subject basically ad nauseam, but guess what? I just did it again, and I don’t care. Chalk another one up, ya jerks!

On her latest release, Subterranean (inspired by Sarah Colombo’s debut novel of the same name, which tells the tale of the disappearance and subsequent search for an “off-the-grid” character set in the future), Evans weaves synth upon synth, padding and layering loops and leads with swells of volume and improvisation. Ranging from robotic theme music to lulling drone pieces, Subterranean got me through my hellish workday today (Writer’s note: Thanks, MSOTT). Just might work for you, too.

Pro dubbed in an edition of 60 cassettes, cop here and stream below.

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