M. Geddes Gengras teams with Hausu Mountain for new album I Am The Last of That Green and Warm-Hued World

M. Geddes Gengras teams with Hausu Mountain for new album I Am The Last of That Green and Warm-Hued World

In a prior interview with us, in which his chillness was fully on display and made a jealous man out of a prime Keanu Reeves, M. Geddes Gengras gave credence to the theory that his place in East LA is literally overflowing with music in every possible sense. His dogs at the time were seemingly fully accustomed to the regular and persistent cacophony, patch cables were frequently mistaken for a brand new type of pasta coming straight out of Italy, and when it comes to what the modular synth enthusiast had up his sleeve in terms of electronic explorations, he remarked on his ability to let things flow long enough that a “20-hour-long record” might just spontaneously materialize.

Gengras’s recent album Light Pipe ended up enveloping for a still-ridiculous 2.5 hours, leaving somebody crying “uncle!” as a result. (That person is probably the Grinch reincarnated.)

For those of us who aren’t the Grinch reincarnated, I Am The Last of That Green and Warm-Hued World is the next wandering endeavor that promises to open the spaceship door rather than leave us on this turbulent and occasionally depressing Earth. The album is out May 19 via cassette and digital courtesy of the Hausu Mountain imprint, and musically, it’s 80 minutes of Gengras inadvertently polishing his professional reputation. Certainly, one could call on him in the event of synth zombie attack, where only those who speak LFO are able to protect and save the human race.

Pre-orders for the album are here. Meanwhile, have a listen to the track “Passage Under the Mountains” below and feel your heart grow three sizes…


I Am The Last of That Green and Warm-Hued World tracklisting:

01. Zoltan
02. The Pump at the Way Station
03. Cellar / Oracle
04. Passage Under the Mountains
05. The Drawing

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