Motion Sickness of Time TravelSelf Titled(Spectrum Spools)
Shorn of the lo-fi methods and avant-pop techniques that have dominated much of Rachel Evans’ past output as Motion Sickness of Time Travel, this self-titled 2xLP expands and updates her signature sound. With four side-long tracks that each eclipse the 20 minute mark, Evans firmly places synthesizers at the forefront of her sound, spiraling alternatively between gleaming textures, syncopated melodies, and amorphous haze. Trapped between the clarity of consciousness and the surreality of a dream, “Motion Sickness of Time Travel” is primed for extended exposures and prolonged listens. A fitting and notable addition to the Spectrum Spools imprint. - Ryan Potts for Experimedia

Motion Sickness of Time Travel
Self Titled

(Spectrum Spools)

Shorn of the lo-fi methods and avant-pop techniques that have dominated much of Rachel Evans’ past output as Motion Sickness of Time Travel, this self-titled 2xLP expands and updates her signature sound. With four side-long tracks that each eclipse the 20 minute mark, Evans firmly places synthesizers at the forefront of her sound, spiraling alternatively between gleaming textures, syncopated melodies, and amorphous haze. Trapped between the clarity of consciousness and the surreality of a dream, “Motion Sickness of Time Travel” is primed for extended exposures and prolonged listens. A fitting and notable addition to the Spectrum Spools imprint. - Ryan Potts for Experimedia

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