meditation hymns for an electronic age

by holy pink

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"round, soft, colourful, senseless and unknowing. polka-dots can't stay alone; like the communicative life of people, two or three polka-dots become movement... polka-dots are a way to infinity." - yayoi kusama

emanating from the peaks and valleys of los angeles is the electronic synthesis duo of anna wallace and tim murray. as oscillating synths blossom through color and vibration holy pink conjure a sonic landscape to lay consciousness upon, sharing inspiration from sound healing, desert landscapes, and self-transformation. as a classically trained operatic vocalist with a deep appreciation for pioneers such as pauline oliveros, laurie anderson, and midori takada anna's atmospheric songwriting, complemented and realized with tim's minimalist compositions, nurture a growth and decay that comes just in time for spring.

the video for 'fragrant', directed by clementine leger and benjamin whatley, is an official selection for the florida film fest: www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9teSRnvUcI

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released April 30, 2018

recorded at home by anna wallace and tim murray
mixed by eamon ford at audile collective
mastered by alex deturk at strange weather
cover layout by deron williams
cover photo by claire meyer proctor for arizona highways magazine
thank you to brian esser and brian dionisi for helping with our process

the songs other desert cities, red tastes, and queen miner contain elements taken from philip k. dick’s 'valis'

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