Amanranthine Reverie Go Back
Jesse Somfay returns to Archipel's vinyl series with a shimmering mini LP dipped in the richest sunlight from a collective of sunrises and sunsets caught in the amber of memory. "Amaranthine Reverie" denotes a shift in Somfay's perspectives to a more sideways and bucolic frame of mind.
This package is a looking glass forcing perspectives to skew awry and slowly expand as the thin membranes of bubbles might do so as they float higher into a blurry, familiar and yet foreign sky with overtones of an unknowable future. "Answers from the Grave" sets the journey in motion through floral crystaline forests many miles high while slinky gelatanous vines sway every which way, peeling away and revealing "Grasping Stars," a clearing full of the amber chiming of past encounters remembered but changed along the path of time. "Effervescent Seven" takes on an almost sinister and slightly unnerving tone of misty toxic frost breathing inwards and outwards from every possible direction into the sudden cotton innocence of "Gathering Wool."
"Crash into the Clouds (This Time We Fly)" builds in and around itself, drawing from every ounce of organic geometry surrounding it, into a snowballing blaze of light, a furnace for the mind's eye. Closing things off is "Kisshiine," a place built on a foundation of the moments and memories remembered from early on during life in a saturated amnesiac meadow of parallel synaesthesiac dreams.
This vinyl release is available at your local quality vinyl shop and if you're not able to find it, you can get it online through Decks. Digital copies are also available at shops like Beatport or WhatPeoplePlay