Snow covered crevices of Antarctic tundra. Blasting winds find home in your consciousness. Far below, where ice and crust meet, the inner world makes it's noise. Rhythmic manipulations of undiscovered processes. These rumblings are mechanical and embodied with intensity. Revealing the fact, creatures are creating these tribal beats. Underneath the howling snow fields, a world exists never heard before by man. The beauty is astounding and will captivate any who listen.
There is instability somewhere in your brain and this begins the process of collapse. The noises of Parashi are responsible. These sounds chip away at thought structure while energetically building their own framework. When you feel as if you understand the pattern and can begin repairs, Parashi mutates and continues rising up, destroying peacefulness. Disruptive blasts of unknown sources, fueled by an infinite amount of mysterious energy. Moving through this side of the split, the magnetic imprinting of the tape itself becomes almost to warped to proceed.Eventually
the conduit is at equal level and the true assimilation of your cognition and chaotic patterns is complete.
The Parashi and White Reeves split is two hemispheres of sonic revealings.
Both off the spectrum of any genre classifications. One unleashing a bombardment of auditory convulsions and the other absorbing consciousness itself. – Ken Lower
released March 24, 2016
White Reeves is Micah Pacileo and Ryan Emmett from Pittsburgh, PA USA.
Tracks recorded and produced over a several month period, 2014-2015.
Parashi is Mike Griffin.
Recorded in 2015 at Heron Rm. North.
Thanks to Carlos and Ryan.
Special thanks to Jason Cosco, Nick Mitchell, Eric Hardiman, and Jackson Wingate.
Artwork by øjeRum (oejerum.dk
Layout by C. Burius.