Inaugural volume of a new series collecting some of my various recordings which have no unifying theme or influence, but are rather explorations and flights of interest for me. "Untitled Pieces, Vol I." is a highly melodic collection of blurgaze ambient pieces very much in the vein of Tim Hecker (astute AOW regulars will notice by fairly consistent emulation of his sound), but imbued with more of a hollowness and seemingly nihilistic drift, especially towards the end of the album. If you hear anything familiar in these pieces, it is because the source materials used in their creation is a giant mash-up of songs by one of my girlfriend's favorite bands, Asobi Seksu. Inspiration is everywhere! Just shy of 80 minutes in length, this is a massive and haunting assemblage of manipulated sound.
Packaged in a DVD case in a limited edition of 5 hand-numbered copies. $10 ppd. in the United States, $23 rest of world.